Is Osteoarthritis Completely curable?

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i am 22 years old I am facing with limited range of motion of my right hip, The loss of strength in the right hip joint. I can perform my day to day tasts easily i.e. Lacing my shoe or trimming my feet nails at it require the flexing of joint. I cant sit on floor by crossing my legs as it require stretch. 

If its Osteoarthiris can i Cure all above symptoms? and go back to normal??

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    Have you been diagnosed with Osteoarthritis by a consultant at a hospital. It seems highly unlikely that is what you have at your age. Osteoarthritis is degeneration of the joint over time and is not curable. I am not an expert but I have had septic arthritis as a child. Lots of symptoms can be similar to other things. I would ask for a referal to a consultant and wait for a proper diagnosis, you are best not to google your symptoms as this can cause confusion and anxiety. I hope you soon find out what is wrong and get treatment. In the meantime don't overdo things.

    Elizabeth

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      Osteoarthritis can happen at any age especially if there was an injury or it runs in the family. I started to have OA in my hands in my 30's now I'm 40 and my hip is bad, lots of pain. I agree to what you said about the Internet and getting someone specialist to have a look.
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