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Two years ago, I had a total hip replacement. Within six months of the surgery, I started having thigh pain on that side. It has never gone away. Can anything be done about this?

Thigh pain after a total hip replacement (THR) is not uncommon. In fact, up to 40 percent of patients may complain of this problem. Itís more common with implants without cement. These are called cementless total hip arthroplasty or replacement. Doctors arenít sure why this happens, which makes treatment difficult. If there isnít any infection, then the patient is usually given pain medication. Physical therapy can be helpful. If severe pain lasts more than two years, the doctor may suggest a second surgery to repair or replace the THR.

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