In 2019 I had a total hip joint replacement it dislocated 4 times after a week, I had a revision which replaced the cup and stem after about 4 moths I started having problems with pain and walking. A GP diagnosed groin strain and physio after a few months I convinced the physio there was a problem she arranged a x ray. This showed everything was OK I was not convinced so got in touch with my surgeon . He identified a halo affect around the stem they checked for infection no infection. Dec 2020 I had another revision just the stem it was loose the new one was cemented in. All went well untill I tripped in the garden horrible pain through the groin and over the hip. More physio pain meds steroid still lots of pain I asked my GP if I could have an Ultrasound. The ultrasound identified a full thickness tear of the Glutues mediuse tendon posteral facet 14mm retraction and lateral facet. Seeing a different surgeon tomorrow do you think all the surgeys cause this, has anyone had this happen did cause they have surgery. As it is retracted I can not see how it can repair on its own I am normally very active walk , ski, kayak garden so has made my life sad.