The common causes of hip pain in women include four common causes of hip pain in women.
1. Femoral head necrosis: these diseases usually have significant causative factors, such as a history of long-term hormone use, a history of heavy alcohol consumption, etc. The disease will not only manifest itself as localised soreness, but also difficulty in walking at an advanced stage.
2. osteoarthritis of the hip joint: also occurs in the elderly and is characterised by aggravation after activity and weight-bearing, with improvement after rest, and is usually seen on X-ray as narrowing of the joint space.
3. ankylosing spondylitis, sacroiliac arthropathy: this produces soreness in the hip, hip and groin area radiating to the lower limbs.
4. rheumatoid arthritis: rheumatoid arthritis is more prevalent in women and typical symptoms include morning stiffness, as well as swollen, aching joints.
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