Getting worse, this past few months. Simple exercise like standing hip abductions - I now feel the ball joint moving. So I'm doing it seated - there's much less movement involved, and some support from the chair.
Ideally I should get back to swimming, but can't afford the membership for the closest pool, or the travel plus entry for the next closest
EDIT I should have added that I too have pins and needles or a burning sensation down the outside of my right thigh, after I have been on my feet for a while. So part way through preparing and cooking the dinner, or part way through shopping especially if we're walking really slowly.
Edited by: CMFARRELL36 at: 3/12/2013 (18:00)
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My hips are pretty good. The only time I've had problems with arthritis pain in my right hip is when I drive a long distance with my foot on the pedal of the car (no cruise control on my vehicle) or during the time that I spent three months using a walker and hoping on my right leg!
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