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Groin Tingling Symptoms
Need To See Doc: There is not enough information to give a good answer. You may have strained a muscle in your groin, may have a back problem that is affecting a nerve, may have an infection, may be due to a medication or side effect of something in your diet. It may also be normal or related to anxiety. See your doctor to have it checked out. If you have more symptoms, see doctor sooner. ...Read more
I have a really strange tense almost tingling feeling in my groin. Will randomly tense
up then release. Not painful. No injury.
Soft tissue: Groin becoming tense at time and getting tingling may mean your soft tissues get stretched. It may not result from any injury but at times with any unusual stretch of the joint and soft tissue can result in that. Now relax and stretch tour body and it should go away in a week or so. Anything lasting more than that needs to be checked by your doctor. ...Read more
I've been having a tingling sensation for the past two weeks on my top right inner thigh near my groin area. The sensation comes and goes.
I have for more than 2 years the sensation of stinging and tingling on skin groin area, what can it be from? no rash or something visible on skin...
Likely neuritis: Most likely a neuritis, nerve inflammation, causing this. It can be helped with topical doxepin cream and orally by tricyclic antidepressants like amitryptilline from your primary care doctor or dermatologist, if they confirm the diagnosis. Capsaicin from red pepper can help too but initially it can be very uncomfortable to use for the first four days. ...Read more
Pretty sure I have a hernia in abdomen, now painful all the time, feel full and very tired it is starting to send tingling down groin, appt. March 5th?
Cloudy urine, tingling aching sensation in shaft and groin, no burning while uriniated only for a brief second at first. had protected sex 2 weeks ago?
Sciatica: This sounds like your sciatic nerve is the cause of the pain as it runs down the back of the leg to the foot. If you sit with your legs stretched straight out in front of you and raise your leg pulling your toes toward you and the pain gets worse it is the sciatic nerve. If the pain continues or worsens seek medical attention. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I have numbness and tingling in my left thigh and it feels like a rubber band is around my left groin which is worse during menstration. Caused by?
I would guess this is coming from your back.: The nerve supply for these areas comes out of the low back. You can be worse during your menstrual cycle because of the extra fluid and pelvic congestion will add pressure to the nerves. Sometimes the tingling on the thigh is specific to a nerve called the lateral femoral cutaneous nerve. It is fairly common with tight clothes or people employed that lean against the counter or have a heavy toolbelt. If it's really bothering you a lot you should go see your doctor and get checked out for the possibility of a lumbar disc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer