Friday, January 29, 2016

It's the Worst Word in the Dictionary...Maybe?

Why the hell am I dressed like this? I am never dressed like this. I am never dressed like this while making out with my dog.




The truth is I do work and I try to not wear running gear every second of my life...but this week there is more to the story.

I refuse to say the "I" word about my situation. The "I" word is a very bad word in the mind of a runner. Even more bad (badder?) than the "C"word or the "F" word.

INJURED

I am not going to say I'm injured. I am going to say I am in a small setback with running. I am taking a break. I am challenged in the running department. 

Let's back up:

For the past many months I have been cruising along at my usual 30 to 35 miles per week on roads and trails. Minding my own business, hurting no one. At peace with the world. Patting myself on the back for not getting injured in so long.

Here I am:



Then it happened. Tuesday Ken and I went out for a 5 mile run. It was on hard packed snow and ice. I felt fine. Later that day the outside of my right hip was sore, but not bad. Thought nothin' of it. The next day I went for 6 miles and by mid-run the pain was horrendous. Like a stabbing pain even with walking. NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO.

I then did what every self respecting runner does and came home and diagnosed myself via Google. Who need doctors anymore anyway. Clearly I have hip bursitis.



Hip bursitis occurs when some sac (hahahha I said "sac") gets over-filled and inflamed with fluid (hahaaaa I said "sac" and "fluid" in the same sentence) and cause pain. Or something like that. Stupid ass sacs.

Or, maybe not. Maybe it's just a really hateful and angry muscle that got out of whack.

Or, maybe not. Maybe I have a tumor. <self diagnosing has it's drawbacks.

Anyway, clearly this calls for DTOFR (Dreaded Time Off From Running). I've been here before. It's okay, really it is. But excuse me if I see you running and I get out of my car and limp over to you and punch in the crotch.

This is actually the best possible time to be idle. The weather sucks. I don't have a race for a few months. I can do this.

My greatest hope is that this is short lived mother eff'ing non-injury that will disappear as quickly as it appeared. Denial? Maybe, but I'm going with it for now. I am also self medicating with wine and going to Vegas in the morning. I always run in Vegas (love my Strip-runs), but probably not this time...okay, I'll bring my shorts and shoes just in case.

Give me some of that misery-loves-company love:

Are you injured now? With what? 

When was your last injury?

How do you cope? I try very hard to have a positive outlook and to not wallow. This is temporary. I can do other things to stay fit until I am reunited with running.

SUAR


88 comments:

  1. I am a new runner (just started last year) and am training for a 15K at the end of February. I have bad feet (I call them my frankenfeet) and had a foot reconstruction surgery 8 years ago. My family have all wondered how I can run with my bad feet. No problems yet, I've said. Famous last words. Two weeks ago, the entire ball of my right foot felt like it was tearing in half with ridiculous pain in my big toe and toe next to it. I also self-diagnosed my injury - metatarsalgia - but I went straight to my foot doctor to have him take a look and confirm. Yes, indeed I was right and he prescribed lots and lots of ibuprofen to reduce the inflammation and REST. Yuck. I never understood how people could say they were going crazy and needed exercise or a run. Now I get it. So I took a whole week off, iced it and took lots of IB and I'm doing much better. Oh and I also needed to get new shoes with much more support in the ball of the feet (Saucony Rides, in case you were wondering). The good thing about this injury is that I've completely redefined a "good run." Before - it meant I had a good pace or a long distance. Now - it means there was little to no pain - the rest doesn't matter nearly as much.

    Take care and I hope you get better soon. :)

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  2. My last injury was a doozy. I ruptured my plantar fascia at mile 11 of a half marathon. But there was no way I wasn't going to finish (it was my first one). I convinced myself it was just a nasty blister that popped on the arch of my foot (haha, it wasn't), and ran my fastest two miles of the race. Once I stopped moving, I was non-weight bearing. Whoops! Diagnosis took almost 30 hours (love Sunday races), but then I was in a boot and on crutches for 3 months, and it still took maybe 9 months to run 1/2 mile. But it's been 2.5 years since that, and have had no further troubles with it or anything else, thankfully!

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  3. Stress fracture two weeks before the Chicago Marathon. I pool ran (ever tried that wonderful gem?) working up to 2 hours and 45 minutes and cycled working up to 4 hours and 20 minutes to be able to run my next marathon. And I did! It's the hardest training I've ever done. PS. My hips get cranky from time to time.

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  4. Rest. Stretch. Medicate. Curse. Repeat. Seems like most of us readers have been there and we're feeling your pain. Oodles of sympathy to you. BTW, for me it was the tensor fascia ligament, caused when trying to avoid injury by cross training on an elliptical. Stupid ellipticals! I hereby dedicate my coming Sunday run to you!

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  5. Rest. Stretch. Medicate. Curse. Repeat. Seems like most of us readers have been there and we're feeling your pain. Oodles of sympathy to you. BTW, for me it was the tensor fascia ligament, caused when trying to avoid injury by cross training on an elliptical. Stupid ellipticals! I hereby dedicate my coming Sunday run to you!

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  6. I've been out of action since last March (siiiigh) due to an injury and later need for surgery. I had a horrible, b!tchy, rage-y, sobbing, nasty time for about a month or so when I realized that I was not getting better. Seriously. Like get-thee-to-a-therapist bad. Now, about a week shy of 11 months in, I've realized a couple of things:

    1. Pride and stubbornness will trip you up. Take the help. Suck it up and let people do stuff for you. Your job is to be as nice as possible to the helpers and stay out of their way. Let go of that inner control freak and live with how they do things. Believe me, this is actually the hardest part.

    2. Nothing really makes the crazy go away when you're injured, so channel it into something else. Obsessively read through years of blogs you haven't read yet. Make endless lists. Rearrange the cabinets (while sitting down). Resolve to beat that online game. Whatever. Just find a way to focus that crazy energy somewhere where it won't hurt you or anyone else.

    3. Allow yourself to wallow a bit when you need to. Eat junk food. Whine to friends. Read/watch mooshy sad romances or dramas. Moon around and let yourself grieve the temporary loss of a part of who you are. People need to grieve when they have a major change, and your body also is changing. Don't force yourself to be a chipper, perky person when you're not, even when everybody else wishes you would just go back to your normal self. Accept your grief and move with it.

    Sorry to hear you are injured, but know that I found your blog in that awful desperate time when I was looking for a way to cope with my own (temporary) loss, and it helped me pull through. See #2 above :)

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    1. ^^^ This advice is spot on. I broke my leg in September (plate and screws, etc) and it's taking forever to heal. I only began walking without crutches about a month ago.

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  7. I had hip bursitis so I know that pain. The Dr. gave me a cortisone shot and I was running 3 days later, so there is hope!

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  8. I'm not injured. I have plantar fasciitis, which clearly is not an injury. I continue to train for Big Sur because I am not injured. I sleep with a foot splint. I am not injured. I limp and I hobble after I run. But PF isn't an injury.

    Right?

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    1. Be very careful, apparently untreated or undealt with PF can easily lead to rupture plantar fascia. Which is icky, and makes your doctor and nurse make shocked faces at you!

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  9. I had an injury that sounds like yours. I thought bursitis, piriformis...turned out to be a stress fracture of my sacrum. It was excruciating to walk, let alone run. Hope that's not what you have!

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    1. Me too, ugh! Where was your pain mostly?

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    2. So sorry, I hadn't noticed your reply. Hopefully you are doing better but in answer to your question, I could not pinpoint the pain. It was deep in my butt cheek but also felt it a little in my back. Four ibuprophin would make the pain tolerable. I should have known it was something more than muscular but I walked around in pain for 3 weeks, saw a chiro (who misdiagnosed me), attempted to run a few times, and then finally went to my sports med doc and he found it. Also, the injury came out of nowhere one day during a run. Wasn't something that was nagging me for weeks. I'm back to running but I totally do not trust my 49 year old body!

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  10. The "waiting it out" is just the worst. Fingers crossed that your next run will have your issued resolved.

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  11. Of all things, you could say my diaphragm is injured: one side is weak (aka lazy) and the other side is tense (bc it's doing 2x the work). I'm working on it. I dont know how long it's been injured but it was discovered by the exercise physiologist at the kidney transplant clinic I go to. I've also had hip misalignment/SI joint pain and plantar fasciitis. I'm a work in progress. I cope by resting, walking and doing squats and planks.

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    1. I wanted to add: I hope that all you need is to rest your hip, and that you'll be back running soon.

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  12. My last injury was a torn meniscus and strained ACL. I had surgery to repair it July 2014, followed by a few months of PT. I have gained 25 pounds and just can't seem to get my speed and stamina back, even with training for and completing NYC.

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  13. I'm so sorry you're "taking a break from running". Having to "take a break" just flat out sucks. My last "taking a break" was due to ITBS while training for a marathon. I did some swimming and biking and went to a PT who gave me some exercises to strength hips and stabilization stuff and overall it works out well. I was t perfect but good enough run my marathon without pain. I hope this "break" is quick for you.

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  14. Love it! So funny - please don't punch me. Have a great time in Vegas and I hope that you heal quickly!!!

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  15. Ugh - that completely and totally sucks!!
    I had an "issue" like this a year and a half ago. Ruled out stress fracture, bursitis and labral tear with an MRI and orthopedic doctor. Diagnosis was gluteus minimus tendinitis. Many weeks of stretching and butt strengthening exercises with a PT and I am better for it! Clams, pistol squats, pigeon stretches are all what my PT had me doing. That along with rest and gradual ramp up on running and she approved my running my next half! I've been healthy ever since!
    Best of luck with your "issue" and surviving the DTOFR!

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  16. Hang in there. I had to laugh when you did your Google diagnosis. I do that all the time! I am currently starting to run with my arm in a cast. Its been about 10 days since surgery so I can start back, but so worried I'll slip and fall! Think this way - more time to write blogs to us!

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  17. I wallow in self pity and say that's it. I'll never run again. Or I go whine to my physiotherapist. ☺

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  18. Ugh. Heal up! I have outside hip pain too, starting below my iliac crest and then around to the outside of my hip bone (especially after sitting, or when I press on it) but my Dr. Google diagnosis is gluteus medius/minimus tendinitis. I'm doing lots of glute rehab and trigger point massage and it seems to be helping a little. Hang in there and be smart! Hope it's just a niggle that disappears as quickly as it came on.

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  19. Sorry about your ass sacs! (Had to come out of lurkdom to write that..). I am pregnant and have PGP, so I haven't run since October, and can't until at least six weeks postpartum (or when my physical therapist okays it), which means sometime in July. Blergh, having to take a break from running sucks. Hope your ass sacks heals fast, and enjoy Vegas! :)

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  20. Major suckage. I'm coming off a stress fracture and peroneal tendinosis, and now that it's getting better, my IT band is flaring up. Makes total sense, since I haven't been doing anything to make it hurt for 6 weeks. I hate injuries. I just had to cancel my Boston hotel, because that's not happening, either.

    I hope you're better soon!

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  21. Had my third knee surgery in 12 months on December 22nd. Doctor said no weight on leg until next Tuesday...I started yesterday, couldn't stand it anymore (ha, get it...stand!). I've essentially been on the shelf for 15 months. Only goal for 2016 is to get healthy enough to actually run in 2017.

    Good luck with your hip. You really shouldn't try to mimic EVERY scene from porn!

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  22. Had my third knee surgery in 12 months on December 22nd. Doctor said no weight on leg until next Tuesday...I started yesterday, couldn't stand it anymore (ha, get it...stand!). I've essentially been on the shelf for 15 months. Only goal for 2016 is to get healthy enough to actually run in 2017.

    Good luck with your hip. You really shouldn't try to mimic EVERY scene from porn!

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  23. I am currently not injured, knock. on. wood. Though the inside of my right knee is a bit angry and I am ignoring it for now. I think you should pick an icy trail, fall on that hip and burst those nasty ass sacs! Just kidding. kind of

    I think wine + Vegas are the perfect remedy...have fun my friend!

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  24. Hi Suar,

    In 2014 I had 3 operations and in February I will have the last. It is not running related (BCC and face reconstructions) but it affects my running. My advise for you is to take good care of your injury and find out why you got it. Further stay busy with other things. I was sometimes volunteer on races and I walked a lot. I do not know what you like but do something to avoid losing your good mood.

    Best wishes, Dorthé (the Netherlands)

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  25. Hi Suar,

    In 2014 I had 3 operations and in February I will have the last. It is not running related (BCC and face reconstructions) but it affects my running. My advise for you is to take good care of your injury and find out why you got it. Further stay busy with other things. I was sometimes volunteer on races and I walked a lot. I do not know what you like but do something to avoid losing your good mood.

    Best wishes, Dorthé (the Netherlands)

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  26. I know exactly how you feel Darling. Different injury for me but I'm okay with it for now. Initially I backed off running but now I'm treating it more aggressively with Internet-searched exercises. It's fair to assume that your injury was caused by something, and the something can be strengthened to avoid a reoccurrence.

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  27. I just got over a hip injury. I usually lift weights and do my back exercise twice a week, but I fell while running in April, hurt my shoulder, so I stopped lifting. Well wouldn't you know it, my back went out on me in September (quick fix), then the hip went out at the end of October (not so quick a fix). I ran zero steps the entire month of November. I walked. I woke up at 5 am and instead of running before work, I walked. I was grateful to be able to walk. I did some of the exercises that Lisa G. describes (see above). I am now running. I still have to be careful how much I sit and I cannot do child's pose but I can run 8 miles. Leave the shorts and shoes home when you go to Vegas, the break will probably do you good.

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  28. I had hip bursitis last fall in prepping for a marathon. I did a lot of hip opener yoga stretches and saw a chiropractor. Both really helped. Right now I am dealing with annoying peroneal tendons and posterior tibial tendons in my feet. Get it together, body!

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  29. Gotta say, the I word is the worst. Those runs are the only thing between me and el husbando not killing me some days (or me killing him the rest of the days). Piriformis syndrome that went undiagnosed for months until I got the right doctor. Dr. Awesome also supports my running, so he tells me to run if I don't feel worse or am in lots of pain. He says we'll deal with the problem together. If we weren't both married...

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  30. So sorry. I hate when this happens. Don't forget the neighborhood friendly Physical Therapist is there if you need one! (Worked for me, anyway.) :)

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  31. I'm just coming back from my first real injury, hamstring tendonitis. My advice is, don't go to Dr Google but to a real one. I've been running in pain since November. I even ran a marathon in December in my worst finishing time ever.Then I rested for 3 weeks, thinking it was something else. My first run back the pain was worse than ever. I continued running in pain for 2 more weeks. Finally I went to my PCP,she gave me a shot of Decadron and prednisone pack. That fixed it about 85%. Also went to a physical therapist who specializes in running, he's who actually diagnosed me and gave me specific exercises to strengthen the tendon. But I wish I had gotten that shot in November. I just didn't want anyone to tell me to rest (another bad word I don't like to hear!)

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  32. I broke the middle toe on my left foot last September and was out for 9 weeks. I couldn't even walk for several weeks. I wanted to cry every day.

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  33. I hope it heals fast! I'm always injuring my knees. I just don't work the muscles around the knee caps enough (which I'm changing).

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  34. This thread is freaking me out a little. I'm new at running, though not new to fitness or Dr. Google, and when I started I got all the usual new runner overuse injuries, one right after another. IT band syndrome first, gave that a week off and did strength training and changed my shoes (apparently i don't pronate, who knew), then it was my achilles, gave that I think two weeks. Read chi running like I might never run again if I skipped a word and then I read chi marathon and then got back to running with better form (I'd like to think). Then I got plantar fasciitis symptoms after spending two weeks off work, on my feet, either barefoot or in rainboots, except when I was running. Another week off, then slow, low mileage. that was three weeks ago and I've felt great since. I figured I'd weathered all he newbie storms and now it would be smooth sailing! And then I read all of the above and wondering what I've gotten myself into. Already I get depressed if i don't get to run. I spin and yoga instead. And my dog gets a lot more walks.

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  35. I'm so sorry to hear this! I had a hip injury back in December that I swore was going to be diagnosed as Hip Bursitis, but when I saw the Dr. he said it was Tensor Fasciae Latae (TFL). He said it would hurt, but I wouldn't do any damage running on it. Sure enough, I took it slow and easy for about a month and now it's almost all gone. I hope the same happens with your injury and you are back at it soon!!

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  36. Sadly I'm... taking some time off now. I saw a physio who said that she suspects it's a stress fracture and referred me to a sports med doc that I see on Tuesday. I'm coping by keeping my fitness up with a mind numbingly boring exercise bike, and doing the exercise proscribed by my physio to help support me when I can run again.

    I'm trying to not get to mad about myself doing a hard set on the Wednesday when my leg had already felt a bit off. Seriously, "weeks" is horrible to hear for the description of time off.

    Depending on your insurance/finances, I'd recommend seeing a physiotherapist.

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  37. Oh no, so sorry to hear that! I am just coming back from an injury that took a year. I saw several doctors and physiotherapists and none of them could figure out what was going on. There were moments when I thought I should see a psychiatrist because it must have been in my head :D What helped at the end was changing my shoes and now I am a Fivefingers convert.
    Fun fact: when I tried to cross train and started riding a bike, I got another injury... my hand got numb for a week after each bike ride. (Hence considering the psychiatrist even though it was probably from the shock of the handlebars). I was not able to write, hold a fork or a toothbrush, that was even scarier than not being able to walk painlessly.

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  38. google trigger points in piriformis/glutes...I am working on a couple right now, within a day of doing release, no more pain down my leg...of course my ass is sore, but oh well right!?? Also could be an easy little alignment issue (I'm a PT) but hopefully just a stubborn trigger point, that is super common place for referred pain....good luck!

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  40. Hiya Beth,
    Sorry you're having a rough battle. You are certainly not alone.
    Been fighting mild ITBS for a couple weeks now. Got crippling this Saturday. I'm out at the beginning of week 5 training for my first marathon(I can hardly walk and am painfully limping). Rearranged my training plan to have the week off until Saturday. If I'm not able to run by then, it's game over. ITB Rehab routines, Yoga, Sports Massage and grumpiness scheduled for the next 5 days

    PT says it's ITBS but a Google search clearly proves I'v either got prostate cancer or a bad servo motor in a bionic leg.

    In reality, I expect I wont be ready to run Saturday and just have to play adult and accept that I'm only running the half. There just isn't time to heal up more than a week and catch my mileage up on this timeline. Maybe I'll get lucky. Maybe my dreams will go on hold until next year /shrug. Guess we will find out Saturday.

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  41. I had issues like this in the Fall when I was marathon training. I thought it was hip bursitis but it ended up being Tensor Fascia Latae. One of my friends suggested I try Bowen Therapy, I am sure there is someone in your area that does this. Life changer! I was very sore after the 1st session but immediately started to feel balanced. After 4 sessions I was completely balanced again and pain free. Highly recommend Bowen Therapy. Good luck!

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  42. I've struggled with hip bursitis! Like yours, mine flared up - BOOM - totally out of nowhere. It was a little sore for a few runs, but I just stopped, stretched and kept going. I mean, your glutes/hips get a lot of work while running, so I thought nothing of it. Until suddenly I couldn't finish my run. And I could hardly walk. Luckily, extreme hard rest worked really well. As soon as I got home, I started a regimen of foam rolling, icing, ibuprofen, and couch-laying. I stayed pretty much bed ridden (and crabby) for two days straight, icing and rolling on a regular schedule. Absolutely no unnecessary walking. Usually with an injury I try to just deal with it, but not this time. And it worked! In less than a week my pain was down about 90% and I was back to normal by the next week! I wish you the best with your grumpy hip!

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  43. Love it! So funny - please don't punch me. Have a great time in Vegas and I hope that you heal quickly!!!

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  44. I just want to say a few things.
    1) I'm SO sorry you're not feeling the best (I refuse to use the "I" word), but
    2) Your post cracked me up. Please don't crotch punch me.
    3) To answer your questions, I've never been "I" word, per se, but my knees hurt a whole lot when I started running about 2.5 years ago.

    Feel better soon! Love your blog :)

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  45. I had trochanteric bursitis for a couple of months. My ortho doc said as long as I could deal with the pain I could keep running as it wasn't doing any damage. I LOVE that man! He completely understands runner crazy!

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  46. Ohhh no! Bursitis in the hip is the WORST. I dealt with that for about 8 months, it's awful to try and run through. I have been plagued with injuries for the past couple of years: IT band issues, Bursitis, more IT issues, and presently a bulging disc in my lower back. Lame. On the up side, scaling back my running because of the disc has given my IT issues a chance to improve. Silver lining. Hang in there!

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  47. I'm in the "I" word boat as well. It freaking sucks. I fell on the trail a month and a half ago and misaligned my hip and that threw two discs L4 & L5 out of wack. Woke up one day in so much pain had to be taken to the ER. They suggested surgery, but I went to see a Chiropractor instead. After two weeks of NO running (oh the mental pain of not being able to run) she had me walking an hour a day and now I can jog 5 miles. I'm not completely healed yet, but will be soon and will be back to my running! Hang in there- you'll be back out there before you know it! :D

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  48. Hope you heal quickly and that Vegas helped you forget the "I" word.

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  49. Unless the hip is extremely painful to the touch, it's likely not Bursitis. I had the same issue, and like you, I self-diagnosed. I finally decided to see a "professional". The issue was underperforming glutes, as in "not firing". This caused the piriformis to do the work of the glutes. The piriformis is attached to the trochanter near the bursa. Thus, we mistake bursitis with underperforming glutes. Work those bridges and clamshells. Good luck

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  50. I have been having pain in both hip joints, except mine don't hurt once I've warmed up, but afterwards -- especially when I've been sitting for a while. I did the self-diagnosis thing, too; and came up with either hip bursitis or some form of cancer. But after reading through the comments, maybe it's just my glutes underperforming. I took almost 3 weeks off of running, but it didn't help... that just made my quads sore. Now I just pop a few ibuprofen before I run and try to ignore the pain.

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  51. I literally feel your pain. I ran a 10K last weekend and ran it faster than my usual pace, and afterwards my hip was sore near the top/front, which is a new pain for me. Now it's a week later, and it's still sore whenever I run. NBD, take some time off...except I have a half marathon at Disney I'm supposed to do in two weeks!!! I have a Maleficent costume that I've carefully curated that I'm supposed to run in! I'm not running this half for time at all, but I am not sure I want to run 13 miles in excruciating pain. I'm supposed to see my PT next Tuesday but I am desperate to know what's wrong with me. Keep us updated on what the 'official' (not Dr. Google) diagnosis is and how you are treating it. And I hope you are back to running soon!

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  52. If you've Googled the problem, then you'll know the solution: 4-6 weeks of rest.

    Every time I injury-google, the answer is always the same. Stop running. For 4-6 weeks.

    I wish you well.

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  54. Last year I self-diagnosed a knee bursa on my left knee - following training on an indoor track, with 12 circuits - 48 sharp turns per mile,then running a very hilly half marathon that I really wasn't ready for = knee bursa. Kind of a lump outside the knee. Did you know that bursas can be communicating or non-communicating. I am pretty sure mine was the former as it had a lot to say, and never really shut up until I stopped running and took a forced hiatus. To cap it off, I literally ran over/through a rubber construction cone that appeared out of nowhere during another half marathon eight weeks later and fell ungracefully - awkwardly - really hard on my...right knee. Last summer just sucked for training. I was hobbly for quite a while after that. When I did finally start training again it was just in time for temps to be in the 90s by 9 am, which was...awesome. You have the right idea - bike and swim :) - you will come back stronger when you return to running.

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  56. Is my gratitude and honor to say a big thanks to a man with truth and do as he promise plz every one on this site should join me and thank Dr happy for the glory and happiness he gave to me i break up with my husband 2 week back and i was down and do not know what to do until i saw a post about this spell caster Dr happy who i explain my situation to, and them he said to me cry not my daughter for what you seek for is right here in my temple he gave me hope when i have no hope to to my greatest notice, he did the spell for me and my husband was back 3 days after the spell plz if you need any help my advise is for you all go to Dr happy coz he is the best of all contact him via happylovespell2@gmail.com

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  57. My life became devastated when my husband sent me packing, after 8 years that we have been together. I was lost and helpless after trying so many ways to make my husband take me back. One day at work, i was absent minded not knowing that my boss was calling me, so he sat and asked me what its was all about i told him and he smiled and said that it was not a problem. I never understand what he meant by it wasn\'t a problem getting my husband back, he said he used a spell to get his wife back when she left him for another man and now they are together till date and at first i was shocked hearing such thing from my boss. He gave me an email address of the great spell caster who helped him get his wife back, i never believed this would work but i had no choice that to get in contact with the spell caster which i did, and he requested for my information and that of my husband to enable him cast the spell and i sent him the details, but after two days, my mom called me that my husband came pleading that he wants me back, i never believed it because it was just like a dream and i had to rush down to my mothers place and to my greatest surprise, my husband was kneeling before me pleading for forgiveness that he wants me and the kid back home, then i gave Happy a call regarding sudden change of my husband and he made it clear to me that my husband will love me till the end of the world, that he will never leave my sight. Now me and my husband is back together again and has started doing pleasant things he hasn\'t done before, he makes me happy and do what he is suppose to do as a man without nagging. Please if you need help of any kind, kindly contact Happy for help and you can reach him via email: happylovespell2@gmail.com

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