I'm a 16 year old girl. Whenever I take long walks my right hip hurts. I just continue walking and eventually the pain stops. Sometimes I also grip my hip to make the pain stop. This has been going on since toddlerhood. I don't get hip pains anymore because I have been massaging my right hip and gripping it tightly and I have been stretching them like this (towards the left). http://www.universalsole.com/uploads/images/stretching.gif I also rub my hip very hard during that stretch and without that stretch. I haven't told anyone about this. When the pain stops after continuing to walk, if I change position then the hip pain comes back unless my hip gets used to walking in the new position.View Thread
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