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Can An Abdominal Pannus Cause Groin Pain
Right groin pain and a lot of cramping in the lower ab area just above groin and 2 inches to the right of navel, what could that be? Echo abdomen ok
Colitis: Could be inflammation of colon. Whenever there is cramping there is a peristaltic movement that is being blocked. Could also be menstrual or ovarian problem. To heal the pain - I use pemf therapy. The other ways - use ultrainflamx 360 by metagenics, butyric cal-mag by biotics, galactan by prlabs, maxstress b by prlabs. Use protease purge 10 caps twice daily x 10 days by prlabs to clean colon. ...Read more
Examine for hernia: Lower abominal pain with associated leg pain is often seen when an inquinal or groin hernia is present. Sometimes patients may also notice a fullness or mass appearing in the area as well esp on straining. The best course of action is to be examined by your doctor. They can make this diagnosis. ...Read more
Low abdomen discomfort low back pain and left groin pain all pain and discomfort on left side feel bloated or full all the time what could this be?
NEED A WORKUP: Could be anything from a female issue such as ovarian cyst or muscle pull. I would see your gynecologist or primary physician as a first place to start. Back issues such as herniated discs or facet problems can also cause back and groin pain. You need a workup if this continues. ...Read more
Was sitting for prolonged time on my computer suddenly a groin pain hit me. Dull ache in groin area and little bit lower abdomen. Bit hurts to walk?
It could be a muscle spasm
Which would be the most likelyIt can also represent hernia. This would be typically associated with a bulge in the area that is larger with standing and coughing. If severe, or unrelenting, see your primary are doctor for a proper evaluation. Hope this helps! ...Read more
40 years, pain in the lower abdomen and in the left groin & pain at the bottom of the left leg &foot. Irregular menses, a bit dizziness, gases. What is?
Nonspecific: These symptoms do not point to a single diagnosis. They may even be unrelated to one another. It is way to complex for a short answer in this forum. Best to see your primary care provider, or general practitioner for a more complete evaluation. Hope this helps! ...Read more
Thanks for asking!:
Groin pain can be a symptom of ovarian cancer, although it is not a typical symptom.
More common causes of groin pain include hernias, muscle strain, kidney stone, urinary tract infection, and others.
If groin pain does not resolve within a few days, it is recommended to have it evaluated by a physician. ...Read more
Not likely.: Kidney stones may indeed be present for months before passing and may produce intermittent pain which is usually felt in the flank when the stone is retained in the kidney or in the anterior abdomen when the stone is retained in the bladder. Stones in the ureter cause pain which radiates into the groin but stones don't hang out there forever. Search for another cause of your pain. ...Read more
Genetics: A groin hernia is when the natural openings in the abdominal wall (through which pass the spermatic cord on men and the round ligament in women) stretch out, and allow other abdominal contents to herniate through. While it can be brought on by coughing, or other sudden increase in abdominal pressure, it is also due to happen more often in those susceptible based on their genetics. Hope this helps! ...Read more
Could scoliosis cause back, hip, and groin pain all of a sudden after years of having no problems?
Maybe, maybe not: Just because you have scoliosis does not mean you cannot develop other conditions. People with and without scoliosis can get degeneration in their backs and have back and buttock pain. Groin pain is more commonly due to hip joint problems rather than spine problems. Consider seeing your primary provider or a hip specialist about that. ...Read more
What would cause a tingly tickly feeling in one side of crotch groin. Pain on that side in hip and back sometimes like sciatica.
Pinched Nerve: Sounds like you have a pinched nerve in your back. I would suggest seeing a pain/spine specialist to evaluate you further to evaluate what level and what can be done to treat you. There are interventional treatments besides medications and surgeries that might reduce or eliminate the pain altogether. ...Read more
Depends-Need More: It would depend on associated factors. If you are very active, it could be a muscle strain. If there are lumps/bumps in the area, it could be lymph nodes associated with infection. Pain could be referred from reproductive organs, back, or hip. Timing of the pain could indicate a possible cause. There is just not enough information. ...Read more
Severe groin pain: The first thing that comes to mind is the possible torsion of the testicle. Under those conditions I would go to the er for immediate evaluation. ...Read more
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