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Hip pain causes?

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So this morning I woke up with a soreness in my left hip. Just for context of those who don't know me, I'm a 26 year old male who's overweight and has a history of anxiety and depression. I also do a fair amount of heavy lifting and moving, as I did yesterday, but as far as I know I didn't' use my hips. I didn't Google because I know how deep a rabbit hole that'll send me, so I'm asking you guys. Could it be muscular in nature if I have been doing some rearranging or could it be my posture or something else like bone cancer? It's one of those things that isn't a constant pain but hurts every so often.
 
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Sometimes that sort of thing happens to me whenever I sleep on my side. Because I put too much pressure on that side from just laying on it or just putting the covers on too. It definitely isn't bone cancer. Could be your posture, but unless it is persistent in a certain area, it may just be how you slept on it last night.
 
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Update: Not hurting as bad but I still feel a little tinge. I had taken some Tylenol and resting as much as I can.
 

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Hi AbeLinkedin. I'll get what feels like muscle strains and odd pains without having exerted those muscle areas. Usually lasts a day or two, Many times I'll attribute it to just sleeping in a different position than usual. Sure glad it doesn't seem to be anything serious for you.
 

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Nothing unusual about such pains. I also can get them. Lasting a few days. Can be a variation of things that can bring them on for me. Like when I do nothing at all. Get a lot of rain here. So could be just sitting in the one spot for hours. Which can actually cause joint stiffness because you are not moving about. Others have mentioned sleep. That has happened too. We twist and turn in our sleep. Wake up feeling sore at times. I would consider it to be normal.
 
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