Hip pain that is getting worse

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just wondering if anyone can shed some light on my symptoms.

around three months ago i would get a sore pain at the front of my hip when standing up but once i got walking it would go away. then, around 5 weeks ago i went out for a run and since then i have had a constant pain/ache at the front which also goes into my groin and sometimes around into my buttocks.

my leg is now starting to stiffen up at night time and is starting to affect my sleep.

the weird thing is that the pain doesnt get any worse when i move, if anything it gets slightly easier, although it does get pretty sore a few hours after a big walk.

iv been to see a physio who doesnt know whats wrong and she has sent me for an xray this coming week.

any help/advice would be greatfully recieved.

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    i can't help with the xray but i can say when jogging soft ground is key for the knees and hips could save you years in the making and don't do much damage to joints . i robert 28 uk and had lcpd from a young lad need to know more pm me

    thanks

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    had my xray today but they have said 3 weeks for results. anyone else experienced anything like this? im getting myself quite uptight about it.

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    I suggest you see an ortho Dr. I had groin pain for years. It finally got better but then the outside of my hip started hurting. Nothing showed up on xray or mra but the arthroscope I finally had showed torn tendon, torn labrum, and FAI. They also did a microfracture on an area with no cartilage (small area).

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