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    THR A 39 year old's recovery

    Hope it works too. Worth noting that the inguinal, illiohypergastric and genitofemoral nerve pass through the psoas. Defending on where the pain is one of those could be involved. Any sensory disruption or tenderness on your skin? Any pain radiating up to your iliac crest? Sent from my...
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    THR Nerve problems

    Nigel I saw this and thought of you. Some interesting results I think http://www.news-medical.net/news/20130114/Neurolysis-combats-hip-replacement-sciatic-nerve-pain.aspx Sent from my iPhone using BoneSmart Forum
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    23, about to become (slightly) bionic!

    Simon Bridle in tooting is also an option Sent from my iPhone using BoneSmart Forum
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    23, about to become (slightly) bionic!

    Good luck. Quite a journey both mentally, medically and actually physically in that how does one go from the south coast of England to a surgeons door in Scotland. No one closer to home would help in any meaningful way? I am aware of plenty of OS's in London who have undertook thr's on younger...
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    My (long) story....

    Had my bilateral injections today. Was told not to expect any significant results for at least 2 weeks as this is when the steroid really starts to work. Let's see what happens but I definitely have some lingering hernia related things going on that might make things confused. We shall see...
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    Very little damage, huge amounts of pain.

    Naturally I can't say for certain but your symptoms could be a labrum issue. I am aware of more than one person who actually went as far as back surgery who actually only benefitted once the labrum was repaired. The fact you wake up ok and then get worse as the day goes on does also make...
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    Very little damage, huge amounts of pain.

    Specifically what is your pain like. Where is it? What makes it better? What makes it worse? What is it like first thing in the morning after having slept? Sent from my iPhone using BoneSmart Forum
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    Very little damage, huge amounts of pain.

    Not at all. No need to be any physical symptoms although manipulation in certain planes could elicit pain but not your exact pains. Sent from my iPhone using BoneSmart Forum
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    Very little damage, huge amounts of pain.

    I will mention it again. Did you have an mri with contrast or via a 3t scanner with focus on your labrum? Torn or shredded labrums can cause wicked groin pain even if the rest of the joint is not end stage oa. Sent from my iPhone using BoneSmart Forum
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    My (long) story....

    It's actually this Friday so will update then. I do have a strange sensation in that the area of the hernia feels scratchy inside sometimes. Has anyone felt something like that and the source of it was the hip rather than the hernia? Sent from my iPhone using BoneSmart Forum
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    Very little damage, huge amounts of pain.

    Torn labrums can produce huge pain even though the articular surfaces appear in good condition. You spoke of MRI but was it with contrast or a 3T scanner or just stock MRI without contrast? Unless its with contrast, or a 3T, and a good radiologist then its possible that a tear has been missed...
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    My (long) story....

    Hi - at this time no, although i go back a week on Friday to discuss as things are getting worse and a THR was mentioned, but i am not sure if that was if we didnt scope it or if it might happen anyway. Based on what i have read - if you have OA in the joint = TKR. That said at this time only...
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    My (long) story....

    I will try to make this as brief as possible but also as clear as i can but i might ramble :) In June 2002 i had a very strange sensation in what i thought at the time was my left groin, it was most likely actually in my hip, as i twisted around to the left, so rotated my flexed hip joint...
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    warning: long person story

    @whiteshoecovers sounds like a sensible approach - what would be different about this injection compared to the others as i read it asthough the previous injections didnt do anything for you? I see my hernia doc a week Wednesday just to confirm, yet again, that i do not have any hernia related...
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    warning: long person story

    @whiteshoecovers yes indeed sir, thats me - PM me on there if you want to let me in to know your back story from there. I actually think back to 2002 and i know of an event that could have been the start of the labrum issues in my left and it wasnt until 2007 ish that my right started acting...
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    warning: long person story

    @whiteshoecovers all i can say is you sound exactly like me although i have not yet had any hip surgery i have had bilateral sports hernia repairs which have not helped with my issues. In fact they may have made things worse, or its actually a hip issue that mas progresses in the 13 months since...

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