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Burning pain in hip
I was practising mma. and due to a sudden takedown i fell on the arm of my partner. i had pain at that time.and went to a clinic which gave me painkiller injections. from then if i press the low back muscle then there is a slight pain and sometimes i fell a burning pain in the upper right hip due to jerks ,sneezing , and when trying to leaning my body to the left side(an exercise to stretch the side of the abdomen
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Considering the history you seem to have pulled a muscle. Take pain killers as necessary, do gentle stretching and use hot fomentation (hot water bottle) to help relieve muscle spasm. The pain will take a few days to subside.
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It's not clear that when you met the trauma. If it is chronic, reason may be joint stiffness and muscle tightness.
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before doing any exercise you should consult with a skilled physiotherapist. you may need physiotheray treatment for 1 wk.
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Avoid over stress on body untill symptom subsides
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Hello. This seems like a muscle sprain. So hot or cold fomentation with anti inflammatories should help. If the pain is not improving after a week, or if you have clicking & locking in hip joint, please see an orthopaedic surgeon as you may have a labral injury which may require further investigation.
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