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Female Groin Pain Left Side
Groin pain, left side only. Tender like bruise, not deep, not visibly unusual. Movement doesn't hurt. No genital pain.?
Can't tell...: Can't tell what it is that is being described in the question. One can write down details about the symptoms, and see a primary care doctor to be examined. Some things are just hard to describe in words. ...Read more
Pain left side of lower back, above buttock. Radiates intermittently into groin and when it does, v painful. Eases with nurofen, worse on rest. Cause?
Radiculopathy: refers to pain or other symptoms that occur in a location supplied by a nerve, when the problem occurs at or near the root of the nerve, shortly after its exit from the spinal cord. Radicular pain in the groin results compression or irritation of a spinal nerve root in the upper lumbar spine (low pain). This can result from inflammation surrounding the nerve root. Nuprofen reduces inflammation ...Read more
Prostaglandins: Sorry for your pain. If you are someone that produces a lot of prostaglandins during your period, you can get stronger menstrual cramps which can radiate. Aspirin can reduce prostaglandin. If it persists after your period, see your doctor to make sure it's nothing more serious. Good luck. ...Read more
2 days sharp stabbing pain left side in waist/flank area. Hurts to deep breathe. Tender to touch. Nausea. Constipation. Groin pain. Burning feeling.
36 yrs, female. 24/7 dull pain, left side of head. Migraine 5/wk. Dizzy. Normal mri/cat. Normal thyroid. Crp 5.6. Low cholestrol. How to lower crp?
Many, many things: That being said, ruling out cardiac is the most important thing to do. After that, it could be any number of internal issues, intercostal muscle spasms, reflux, pancreatitis, ulcers, lung issues. If its going all the way through from front to back, this is one of those areas you should have checked out just to be safe rather than assuming its a musculoskeletal issue. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Check with your doc: Chest pains can come from narrowed arteries in the heart. However this usually occurs with exertion and resolves with rest. A pain in the chest at night could also be from acid reflux or some other GI problem. Or it even could be from some muscular or rib pain. I suggest calling your doctor for an appointment to discuss further. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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