Conditions with symptom: 'femur does not quite fit into the hip joint's socket'
Hello,my daughter has been having problem with her hipsince she was one year old I took her for arthrogram when she was four the doctor said nerves are still grow in one leg and her hip bone is not in the socket nothing was done to fixed it my daughter can't walk 100 yards she will be complaining of hip pain and can't walk and her appointment this August I was told she is got mild hip fixed flexion deformity and was told to be having physio which I think she doesn't need this is putting a big strain on me because I still use pushchair for a five year old child because she can't walk far can you advise me on what to do please thank you.
Hi I'm 15 and "5,3" I have recovered from a eating disorder and have gained too much weight I'm am between 12-13 stone and it sucks I have a lot of stretch marks and they are some of the worst I have seen they cover my tummy and I've started to get them higher up on my front as well I have them on my belly button ,back hips boobs,bum arms and thighs it embarrasses me so much because I'm used to being quite thin then all od a sudden I gained all the weight and before people are like they are there because of the weight well I know but I can't loose the weight because I can't exercise properly because I have a problem with one of my knees where it comes out of the socket and goes back in so I just can't shift god damn any thing so any advise for a girl ?. Thanks.
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