I was in a car crash around two years ago, ever since then my left hip clicks when I walk. I can actually hear it. To explain the sound - it's like clicking your tongue off the roof of your mouth while your mouth is closed. I'm not sure if that helps. Anyway, If i sit for a while then twist to the side, it hurts a lot for about 10 seconds. Im 17, female. I don't think that's important but I know women have differences in hip bones etc.
I don't want to bother my GP about this in case its nothing, but I don't know if it's serious or not. If you have any ideas on what it can be, please comment. Thanks.
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