ok. new drama. am 34 now was 13 at the time i got it. was told by specialist all the side effects i may face later in life, memory loss mood swings osteoarthritis, wheelchair before 60, ya'll heard the numerous listing of stuff you can end up with....anywhoo...so over the last 3 months i get this sharp pain in my left hip when i turn left the wrong way. feels sharp and hurts like hell immediately but then is gone when leg is not turning. and doesnt radiate. just pain dropping me to floor and gone, i get up, swear and move on...so i been dealing with it for a few months decided to go see doc. sounds like a bone spur they say, but your only 34, we only see it in older people with osteoarthritis, so do x ray anyways, and he's looking at it and says well you got osteoarthritis and a bone spur on top and bottom of my leg bone in socket, and he acts surprised, i told him, well i told ya i had osteoarthritis for last 21 yrs and ya acted like i was kidding. so trying to decide if i want to have surgury or try chiropractor or p.t. age 34 hip age 65. ligaments and cushion was gone in that joint. Ya'll Watch those joints........
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