Hip pain is a common complaint. Your hip is built to take your weight while walking, jumping, and running and it is very difficult to damage it. Pain from the hip can be felt in your groin, on the inside or outside of your thigh, in your buttocks, and at times down your leg. Although this may be worrying, it will usually get better on its own with time.

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