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Inguinal Ligament Pain
Lymph nodes: What's more likely is you are 'noticing' your lymph nodes now that you've sustained an injury. These 'groin' lymph nodes are almost always slightly enlarged to some degree because of bowel function. Poop is loaded with bacteria, and with daily BMs, the immune system stays on alert to prevent any complications from normal biological function. To be sure-have a MD check these out at your next visit. ...Read more
What is the best way to visually see the status of an inguinal ligament injury that is 9 months old and not healed yet?
I have an almond sized lump along/on my inguinal ligament. It moves left right easily but doesn't move up down. Is this node considered mobile/benign?
The connective: tissue in the groin area runs parallel to the inguinal ligament chain. That makes the lymph nodes more mobile sideways than up and down. Movability of a lymph node makes it, by definition, mobile. Generally, mobile lymph nodes are benign. Things to watch out for include further enlargement, loss of mobility, lymph node swelling in other areas of the body. ( This isn't an inclusive list.) ...Read more
Is it possible to tighten ones inguinal ligament, to overcome the "old man basketball" shape of the lower abdomen?
Grade2 Spondylolisthesis of L5/S1& spina bifida occulta. Low back pain on right. Sharp moving pain along inguinal ligament? GP palpation normal
Need surg consult: A Grade 2 Spondylolisthesis definitely needs to be evaluated and treated by an orthopaedic or neurosurgeon who specializes in spinal surgery. You are just on the border of requiring spinal surgery, i.e. a fusion, with a Grade 2 slip. The inguinal pain may/may not be related to the back. Time to see your surgeon for an up-to-date evaluation ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Grade2 Spondy L5/S1& spina bifida occulta. Low back pain on right.
What would cause sharp moving pain along inguinal ligament?
GP palpation normal
Inguinal ligament: Maybe the ligament itself is injured? But there is no pain with palpation? It is not likely to be from your lower back spondylosis. That would be more likely to affect your feet and calves. Here is some info about the inguinal ligament: http://sportsmedicine.answers.com/other-injuries/injuries-to-the-inguinal-ligament ...Read more
After abs exercises noted tightness above left inguinal ligament. This is progressive & muscle remains tight on breathing. No urinary/stool problems?
Pelvic joints: Sound emanates from symphysis pubis and sacroiliac joint. When ligaments that hold pelvic joints together are damaged and lose their inherent tethering strength the pelvic joints subluxes; one bone moves over the other. Sometimes sudden sounds are generated. ...Read more
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