Possible causes of hip pain include arthritis, bursitis, hip fractures, pinched nerves, sprains and strains, according to Mayo Clinic. Cancer can cause hip pain when it spreads to the bones. More »

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Symptoms of a fractured hip include severe pain in the affected hip or groin area and the inability of the leg on the affected side of the body to bear weight, states Mayo Clinic. The leg on the side of the fractured hip... More »

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Pain is a symptom of bursitis affecting the hip, according to WebMD. Pain resulting from bursitis can steadily increase over time or suddenly become severe, the latter of which is more likely if calcium deposits are invo... More »

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Hip pain may be caused by arthritis, injury, pinched nerves or bone cancer, explains Mayo Clinic. Other causes of hip pain include leukemia, osteoporosis, rickets and Legg-Calve-Perthes disease. More »

Possible causes of right side groin pain in women include arthritis, hip fractures, tendinitis and bursitis, according to Everyday Health. Hernia, gynecological and back issues may also be responsible for right side groi... More »

Common causes of pain in the right hip include inflamed tendons, trochanteric bursitis and arthritis, such as osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis, according to Healthline. The most common cause of the pain when it is... More »

Typical causes of hip pain in women include arthritis, tendinitis and bursitis, hernia, gynecological and back issues and hip fractures, according to Everyday Health. Problems in the hip joint mainly cause pain on the in... More »