First, in the presence of a clear primary disease, the primary disease should be actively controlled.
Secondly, there are different stages of femoral head necrosis.
Before the collapse, there are many possibilities, and the necrotic area may progress minutely or even maintain the original state. At this time, it is more likely to take some medication or joint preserving surgery, but the latter needs to strictly grasp the indications.
For the collapsed femoral, there is no particularly effective solution except joint replacement, but it is not always necessary to do hip replacement, which should be considered in conjunction with the patient’s own symptoms and the impact on the quality of life.
Share your experience, or seek help from fellow patients.