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    Pain in Left side of my hip
    ferdousz posted:
    One day I woke up early in the morning, My left side of the hip starts to pain, when I walk the pain keeps on comming. I work two jobs one in the morning which is desk job other in the night as a mail sorter. It has no pains when I sit.

    Can anyone please suggest me anything
    light69 responded:
    not sure if anyone replied, since my car accident, my hip swells up during cold days and hurts when it rains... i was diagnosed w/sciatica. i was taking celebrex for the first year BUT i found uout the meds makes you lose hair - so, i stop. I exercise (walking or stretching before i leave the house for a walk. i bought a stationary bike so that when it's raining or cold outside, i can just ride the stationary bike in the living room while watching tv. it helps me. i sit all day at my job (secretary) so i walk during break/lunch times or i stand up filing.

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