With pain in the hip joint, it is necessary to conduct a differential diagnosis to identify pain caused by primary and metastatic oncology, referred pain caused by neuralgia of the lumbar spine, inguinal hernia.
Slight redness at the injection site may be due to the mechanical impact of the needle or a skin reaction. When administered, there may be signs of burning/pain at the injection site, which usually disappear spontaneously within 5-10 minutes after the procedure.
Before and after the injection, the skin should be treated with an antiseptic. Pyogenic bacteria can lead to the formation of an abscess at the injection site.