Colorado Springs, CO
A 29-year-old female asked about a 33-year-old male:
What could cause my leg to go cold while having hernia, and left scrotal pain as well as shocking burning pain in the perineal area?
1 doctor answer • 3 doctors weighed in
Surgery 41 years experience
Hernia: Have you been diagnosed with a hernia? Is it a groin (inguinal) hernia? Groin hernias can cause nerve burning sensory discomfort in the groin or testicle or upper thigh regions. A hernia would not cause a leg to go cold.
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