Hip injury prmc help

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Wonder if anybody can shed some light on my situation, passed pjft, two weeks before prmc I developed hip pain at the start of December , had to cancel prmc, been to the docs had a xray come back clear, however doc says there’s somthing there looks like somthing to do with cartalige( however could be ligaments not had mri ) worse case senario, if it’s cartalige and I need surgery is this a bar of entry or 12 months ?? Guttered cheers
 

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Wonder if anybody can shed some light on my situation, passed pjft, two weeks before prmc I developed hip pain at the start of December , had to cancel prmc, been to the docs had a xray come back clear, however doc says there’s somthing there looks like somthing to do with cartalige( however could be ligaments not had mri ) worse case senario, if it’s cartalige and I need surgery is this a bar of entry or 12 months ?? Guttered cheers
To be honest, I'd be inclined to wait until you know what it is before trying to second guess the outcome.

Hip injuries have a variety of possible diagnosis and outcomes ranging from an outright bar to entry, to deferrals of varying duration.

Best of luck getting it diagnosed correctly & successfully treated.
 

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Wonder if anybody can shed some light on my situation, passed pjft, two weeks before prmc I developed hip pain at the start of December , had to cancel prmc, been to the docs had a xray come back clear, however doc says there’s somthing there looks like somthing to do with cartalige( however could be ligaments not had mri ) worse case senario, if it’s cartalige and I need surgery is this a bar of entry or 12 months ?? Guttered cheers

I am sorry to hear about your injury so close to your PRMC;
I don't wish to cast doubt on what your doctor told you but was he/she a physio who specialises in sports injuries? There are lots of structures in the hip like bursas and tendons which when inflamed can create all sorts of confusing symptoms, like cracking, stiffness and popping remiscent of joint pain. An MRI Should reveal and help diagnose Which structures are causing you discomfort, so you can then work on rehabilitation and treatment. is there any way you could ask for an MRI to provide you and your doctor with greater clarity?
 

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To be honest, I'd be inclined to wait until you know what it is before trying to second guess the outcome.

Hip injuries have a variety of possible diagnosis and outcomes ranging from an outright bar to entry, to deferrals of varying duration.

Best of luck getting it diagnosed correctly & successfully treated.

I am sorry I only saw your post after replying and I haven't really added anything
 

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To be honest, I'd be inclined to wait until you know what it is before trying to second guess the outcome.

Hip injuries have a variety of possible diagnosis and outcomes ranging from an outright bar to entry, to deferrals of varying duration.

Best of luck getting it diagnosed correctly & successfully treated.
I am sorry I only saw your post after replying and I haven't really added anything
your both right only seen my gp up to now, I’ve to see a orthopaedic which should be able to determine what’s is causing the issue.
 

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Sorry to hear man

Is it constant or just when exercising (is it certain exercises?)

Best of luck and let us know what the specialists say mate!
 

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Bummer. Had a few injuries myself and know the trouble of recovery. Hope it isn't too unbearable pal.
 

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