2 Potential Tingling Hip Causes
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Fibromyalgia is a disorder that causes widespread pain, tenderness, and fatigue.
Fibromyalgia is generally a lifelong condition
- Top Symptoms:
- fatigue, arthralgias or myalgias, anxiety, depressed mood, headache
- Symptoms that always occur with fibromyalgia:
- arthralgias or myalgias
- Primary care doctor
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A strain, also known as a pulled muscle, occurs when a muscle is stretched or torn. A hip strain is a result of a pulled hip muscle.
With proper attention, a hip muscle strain is likely to completely resolve.
- Top Symptoms:
- pain in one hip, moderate hip pain, mild hip pain, difficulty moving the hip, swelling of one hip
- Symptoms that always occur with hip strain:
- pain in one hip
Questions Your Doctor May Ask About Tingling Hip
- Q.Any fever today or during the last week?
- Q.What is your body mass?
- Q.Do you currently smoke?
- Q.Which of the following describes your physical fitness:
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Tingling Hip Symptom Checker Statistics
People who have experienced tingling hip have also experienced:
- 12% Tingling Upper Leg
- 9% Tingling Foot
- 8% Tingling Lower Leg
People who have experienced tingling hip had symptoms persist for:
- 43% Less Than a Day
- 24% Over a Month
- 17% Less Than a Week
People who have experienced tingling hip were most often matched with:
- 5% Fibromyalgia
- 3% Hip Strain
Source: Aggregated and anonymized results from visits to the Buoy AI health assistant (check it out by clicking on “Take Quiz”).