sudden sharp pain in hip comes and goes

 

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In this article, we want to deal with one of the disruptive pains in the body, (acute pelvic pains)

Pelvic pain has a number of common causes between men and women. Apart from these common underlying factors, there are specific causes for pelvic pain in men and women.

The main cause of acute pelvic pain is damage to the components of the pelvic structure or damage and disorders of the pelvic organs.

There are many causes for pelvic injuries and disorders.

 

Epidemiology of pelvic pain

What are the accompanying symptoms of Sharp pelvic pain?

What are the causes of sharp pelvic pains that come and go?

Why does hip osteoarthritis occur?

Why does the hip joint wear out?

What are the common symptoms of pelvic osteoarthritis that cause sudden, sharp pain in the hip?

Diagnosis

treatment

What factors can trigger sharp pelvic pain attacks?

 

 

Epidemiology of pelvic pain

Pelvic pain is one of the most common pains in adults. These pains will become more common with age.

Sometimes disability in the following of pelvic pain appears in the affected person and affect his life.

Chronic pelvic pain in adult athletes will be three hundred to four hundred per thousand people.

The incidence of pelvic pain in all people over the age of sixty (men and women, athletes and non-athletes, etc.) will be approximately 120-150 population over the age of sixty.

 

What are the accompanying symptoms of Sharp pelvic pain?

  • Pain in groin
  • Pain in the area between the pelvis and the knee
  • In these cases, the sufferer will not be able to wear shoes or socks
  • Lameness when walking
  • Swelling and inflammation in the pelvis
  • Pelvic deformity
  • Inability to move the legs or pelvis
  • Inability to put weight on the leg on the painful side of the pelvis
  • Sudden swelling
  • Symptoms of infection such as fever, chills, redness of the area

 

Doctors say that most pain in the hip or groin joint is caused by problems with the musculoskeletal system, such as stretching of ligaments or stretching of muscles, tendons, and other soft tissues around your hip.

Remember the sudden onset of pain in the thigh or hip that shoots into the knee, pain that gets worse in the morning, Increasing pain following normal daily activities, lameness, and inability to weigh on the injured side of the pelvis can indicate hip arthritis.

 

What are the causes of sharp pelvic pains that come and go?

  • Hip arthrosis:

Doctors consider pelvic osteoarthritis to be the most common cause of sharp and sometimes pelvic stabbing pain. Many older people with pelvic pain go to the office orthopedic and pain clinics every year.

Pelvic osteoarthritis or hip osteoarthritis is caused by destruction and degenerative changes in the cartilage of the pelvic joint.

Pelvic articular cartilages are elastic soft tissues that will facilitate the movement of the pelvic bones relative to each other. The cartilages in the pelvis are transparent cartilages. These cartilages are of high impact strength and have a high elasticity.

Therefore, they are able to protect the hip joints from excessive impact and pressure

 

Why does hip osteoarthritis occur?

When a person is young, the pelvic cartilages have the largest diameter and thickness. Gradually, as a person gets older, the cartilage will also change and become thinner.

During these degenerative changes, which eventually lead to osteoarthritis of the hip, the surface of the cartilage becomes shaved and the cartilage becomes thinner. Following these changes in the cartilage, parts of the bone surfaces that were adjacent to the cartilage will also change, eventually leading to hip osteoarthritis.

 

Why does the hip joint wear out?

  • Increasing age
  • Underlying debilitating diseases
  • Lack of proper distribution of force on the hip joint is considered to be the most important reason for hip osteoarthritis.

The following causes are also considered as the most important causes of hip osteoarthritis

 

  • Hip joint dislocation:

In pelvic dislocation, the pelvic bone is not located directly above the femoral head and does not completely cover the head of the bone. Following this event, the articular cartilage is destroyed and this injury of the hip articular cartilage predisposes a person to premature hip osteoarthritis.

 

  • Malunion:

In fractures of the femur and head and neck, the femurs are prone to malunion. Malunion means not welding properly. In fact, following the malignancies in the hip joint and the femoral head, the surface of the pelvic acetabular cavity and the femoral head is smoothed, and abrasion of these two surfaces will cause joint wear and eventually hip osteoarthritis.

 

  • Avascular necrosis of the femoral head or darkening of the femoral head:

Necrosis of the femur occurs after cessation of blood flow. Sometimes doctors call this condition blackening of the femur.

In cases where we have blackening of the femoral head, the bone will gradually soften and lose its strength and the affected joint will not be able to maintain the high weight of the torso well. By changing the upper deformity of the femur, the pelvic cavity in the hip joint or acetabulum and the head of the femur are worn together and the conditions for hip osteoarthritis are created.

 

  • Infections:

Infectious bacterial agent enters the joint space directly and causes cartilage damage. Joint cartilage damage and destruction occurs and with the progressive destruction of articular cartilage, the wear of the pelvis and femoral head in the acetabular cavity becomes more and more and the joint becomes more inflamed which may lead to osteoarthritis

 

  • Accidents, falls and traumas:

With age, the possibility of traumatic events will increase

Falls from heights, car accidents and sports injuries will be the most important causes of pelvic injuries.

When a pelvis is hit, the first place to be injured is the pelvic articular cartilage.

Following the damage to the articular cartilage and its destruction and analysis, the level of abrasion between the pelvis and the femur is created and the conditions will be ready for the development of hip osteoarthritis.

 

What are the common symptoms of pelvic osteoarthritis that cause sudden, sharp pain in the hip?

Exacerbation of pain during exercise or physical activity

Dryness of the pelvis and thighs

Inability of the affected person to rotate the thigh and bend and straighten the thigh

Lameness due to reduced range of motion of the hip joint and shortening of the affected limb.

Reduce hip, pelvic and groin pain following rest.

Pain and discomfort in the pelvic joint are considered to be the first clinical manifestations of hip osteoarthritis.

 

Diagnosis

Obtaining a history and examining the symptoms of the patient is very important, by which several differential diagnoses are made in the mind of the physician and clinical examinations are performed.

For example, patients are asked to bend or straighten their thighs or walk, the range of motion of the hip joint is examined in people, and when walking, the difference between the length of the two lower limbs and the position of the limbs relative to the pelvis will be considered.

However, based on the findings of this stage, a definitive diagnosis cannot be reached, so it is necessary for the physician to use diagnostic and paraclinical methods.

Your doctor will help rule out infectious arthritis with blood tests, such as an ESR and a complete blood cell count.

In cases of infectious hip arthritis, joint fluid should be removed and sent to a laboratory for analysis and culture.

 

Radiographs included:

  • simple pelvic x-ray
  • CT scan of the pelvis
  • MRI

 

treatment

Osteoarthritis of the hip joint, like all osteoarthritis or other joint abrasions, has a progressive and irreversible process. In our body, if the cartilage is destroyed, the cartilage will not be repaired and rebuilt.

 

So the best way to avoid acute pelvic pain is to prevent hip osteoarthritis.

Early-stage osteoarthritis of the hip can be largely prevented from progressing to hip osteoarthritis and the severity of the disorder and disease can be reduced in the future if supportive treatment is identified and supportive measures are taken.

Take the following points seriously because by observing these cases, you will be able to slow down the progression of hip arthrosis and reduce the severity of pelvic pain and other symptoms:

 

  • Keep your weight balanced and do not let yourself get fat
  • Avoid sitting on the floor
  • Avoid sitting for long periods of time.
  • Learn to sit and sleep in the correct position
  • Do not do strenuous physical activity
  • Do not lift heavy objects or weights
  • And be sure to use standard exercises that your doctor will recommend to strengthen your pelvic floor muscles.

 

If you have acute pelvic pain that comes to you from time to time, you can use the following measures to relieve pelvic pain:

  • Hot compress
  • resting
  • Use the tools available in drug stores to facilitate your movements.

It is important to take hip arthritis exercises seriously because they are both effective in reducing your pain and preventing further attacks of sharp pelvic pain and will reduce the severity of the symptoms of future attacks.

 

What factors can trigger sharp pelvic pain attacks?

  • Excessive bending of the waist
  • Sitting for long time
  • Prolonged sleep
  • Get in the car
  • Get out of the car
  • Performing strenuous physical activity for a long time
  • Rotate the foot inward or rotate the foot outward
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