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I'm having pain in my right side spreading to my groin. The pain is 90% on my right side. Should I be worried?
It depends: Why are you having evaluation of groin with measurement of lymph nodes? Lymph nodes can be noticeable for many reasons (infection, cancer, trauma). Typically 7 mm node without enlargement of other nodes is not overly worrisome, but if persistent, increasing in size, accompanied by multiple other enlarged lymph nodes neads further evaluation. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My boyfriend has pain like someone is pushing him on his groin(painfully) what could this mean and what should he do?
It's been 4 mnths i hv ringwrm near groin area.taking homopthic med..it again starts spreading when i scratch..what to do ?
Antifungal: Keep area clean and dry. Avoid sugar (sugar feeds yeast) and if you're a diabetic, keep sugars under control. Grapefruit seed extract or oregano oil can be helpful natural antifungals to use orally or topically. In some cases an oral or topical antifungal medicine might need to be prescribed by your doctor. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Inner thigh pain: Generally a pulled groin will cause pain along the inner aspect of the upper thigh. The pain can be worsened by resisting adduction (squeezing the knees together against resistance) and or by abducting (pulling the affected leg away from the other leg. These exam findings are not specific or sensitive in a laymans hand so please consult a specialist for proper evaluation. ...Read more
Groin Pull: If this injury has remained symptomatic for six months then proper medical evaluation by a physician is necessary. There could be several reasons for popping in and around the hip. It is imperative than an orthopedist evaluate for problems inside and around the outside of the hip joint such as hip labral tears, bony avulsions, snapping tendons, stress fractures and referred pain from the back. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends on type: A "pulled groin" or muscle strain is common. There are different degrees of muscle strain. If this injury is causing you to limp then yes i would use crutches until you can walk pain free. Apply ice if the injury is acute. Goal 1 is to obtain pain free motion. Goal 2 strength return. Goal 3 sport specific training to get you back to your level of activity. Think hip labral tear if not progressing. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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