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Causes and Treatment for Hip Pain in Women

Hip pain is quite common in women, as at times they feel unusual weightiness or exasperating cramp which hamper in walking in the normal manner and this pain may reach to the belly, which can even bother to sleep as well. When the pain is very acute, it is recommended to rest. If swelling o hip subsides, you can do gentle exercises and massage the area.

The causes are varied, sometimes because of menstruation or musculoskeletal issues, which are typically not of very serious nature, but it is an uncomfortable condition which may hinder in performing the activities of daily routine. Let’s see these causes one by one along with treatment for hip pain.

First of all, we have to take into account that the hips are those joints that support the part of our body which enables us to walk and sit. At times, the pain can be frequent or continuous over time because of bones, tendons, nerves or blood vessels. In such cases, you must consult with a doctor to get a proper treatment for hip pain.

Hip Bursitis

Bursa is a liquid-filled which assists us to decrease the abrasion between the tissues inside the hips. If one or more of them get inflamed, they cause toughness and ache in joint, which is particularly perceptible when sleeping. It hurts very much on one side or sometimes both. We will have trouble in walking as well as climbing the stairs too, and while sitting on a hard surface.

Treatment for Hip Pain due to Hip Bursitis

It is useful to consume carrots as they have beta carotenes, citrus fruits, tomatoes and veggies which have vitamin A and B.

 

  • During severe pain, it is indispensable to take rest, so that inflammation is reduced. When pain is relieved to some extent, you can perform light exercises such as you climb the stairs little by little and go for little walks.
  • Massage on the hips is extremely helpful as well by moving the fingers along the area of pain with a gentle pressure.
  • It is vital to keep the hurting area warm at night using a pre-warmed water bag, as it relieves a lot.

 

Polymyalgia Rheumatica

 

This issue mainly affects the joints of the hip, and the suffer feels it primarily while walking and feels stiffness in the joint and the situation worsens with every passing day.

 

Treatment for Hip Pain due to Polymyalgia Rheumatica

 

In case of polymyalgia rheumatic, it is advisable to visit a doctor in the first place. While at home, you can perform the following activities;

 

  • Go for swimming.
  • Apply hot and cold compresses.
  • Massage the affected area.
  • Apply and consume infusion and lotions made of plants which are anti-inflammatory.

 

Tendonitis

 

It’s one of the most common causes of pain in the hips, especially in younger women. It occurs because of the inflammation in tendons around the hip, caused by a bad movement or a sharp turn of the hip.

 

Treatment for Hip Pain due to Tendonitis

 

You will have to follow the prescription of a specialist doctor, which is usually rest and use of painkillers. As home remedy, we suggest hot and cold bath, bath with sea salt or apple cider vinegar and massage with rosemary water.

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