What Are the Symptoms of a Dislocated Pelvis?

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One of the symptoms of a dislocated pelvis is severe pain in the hip especially when attempting to move the leg. The affected leg may also seem to be shorter than the other one or the hip joint may appear to be deformed. One may also feel pain or numbness along the sciatic nerve area.
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