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    Pain in my hip
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    An_247667 posted:

    All of the sudden I started getting these sharp stabbing pain in my hip. Kind of inside the top of my buttocks. It's neither worse when I'm sitting down and heat nor cold packs have helped. I've taken naproxen, aspirin, and prednisone, without any relief. Sometimes if I move my leg the wrong way or sneeze, it's enough to take my breath away, and makes me almost pass out! I am wondering if I should go to the ER or wait it out? This has been going on for 5 to 6 days already!
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