Hip Symptoms

The following  are frequent early symptoms of a hip problem:


This pain is usually located in the groin, down the front of the thigh to the knee and over the outer part of the top of the thigh. Hip pain can be felt during exercise, sleep, or when walking. It can lead to loss of motion of the hip.

Discomfort and soreness during or after walking and exercise is often the earliest sign of hip arthritis. Hip pain can cause sleep problems, as the discomfort affects your natural movement at night


A common symptom of stiffness in the hip is difficulty putting on your shoes or socks. You may also find it difficult to reach your feet to dry them and cut your toe nails.


A serious symptom of a hip problem is when you start to limp when walking.