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Can my left leg limping cause my right hip pain?

I had left knee replacement two years ago, but it has been a total mess and I constantly limp and now I have severe pain in my right hip - can my limping cause thisl

Related Topics: Leg, Hip Pain, Pain, Knee
 

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Maybe. Anything that throws off your normal gait or balance can cause a domino effect. See your medical provider to determine a reason for your symptoms. Keep in mind that a person can have more than one issue going on at the same time....your hip pain could be totally unrelated, so get it checked out. 

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