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Groin Rupture Symptoms
I have several lumps on either side of my groin area and a couple of them have ruptured with a bloody leakage any ideas ?
Yes, I have ideas: ...but the best one is that you seek medical care. This is definitely not normal. Swollen and/or infected lymph nodes, and cysts can occur in that area. ...Read more
Have two partially ruptured disc have long bx degenerative disc but this time have intermittent groin pain is this from discs?
Could be, but the : usual Disc problems affect the knee-legs or the feet areas. If its affecting the groin it could commonly be from Arthritis of the hip or from a disc lesion higher than the usual culprits, like the L1, or L2 level in the Lumber spine. Get yourself seen to and get an xray of your hip as well the L spine. MRI maybe necessary to confirm a disc lesion at the higher levels. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Have problems w/ ovarian cysts regularly. Should i be concerned about pain in my groin area before, during, or after ovarian cysts grow and rupture?
Ovarian cysts: Need to be sure that your pain is due to ovarian cysts. Cysts are common/cyclic and often silent. You need to see your doctor. ...Read more
I've had an abscess ruptured in the groin area it's totally drained, but it's not healing, it's been rupture since about October last year and still h?
I have a groin pain. is this related to my ruptured l4 and l5 and possibly another ruptured disk. pain is bad. cannot walk at times?
Had Bartholin's abcess 3 weeks ago that ruptured. Lymph nodes in groin are still tender and swollen. 10 days of keflex given, no change.
See : Your doctor. If you have finished your antibiotics and you haven't improved ypu should be reevaluated. Take care! ...Read more
I have a ruptured L4 L5. I have recently started having groin pain I had two epidurals 2 weeks ago. leg pain stopped. not groinhave a injured s1?
Pelvic u/s said "no significant free fluid in pelvis".Couldn't have been ruptured cyst b/c just had baby and didn't have period until 7 mos after u/s?
Normal finding.: "no significant free pelvic fluid" on ultrasound means a normal finding. ...Read more