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Intermittent groin pain for 17 months. Ultrascan in feb to rule out tc, showed nothing. Still aches from time to time. Could scan be wrong?

Intermittent groin pain for 17 months. Ultrascan in feb to rule out tc, showed nothing. Still aches from time to time. Could scan be wrong?

Unlikely: If the ultrasound was negative, there is unlikely to be testicular cancer present. Other things that might cause groin pain include hernias, varicocele (which can also be identified on sono), intermittent testicular torsion, and infections of the scrotal contents. If the problem is persistent, a ct of the abdomen may be suggested to rule out abdominal pathology. ...Read more

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Have two partially ruptured disc have long bx degenerative disc but this time have intermittent groin pain is this from discs?

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 more

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Intermittent groin pain (not hernia) tension on back of head, impairs cognitive ability, and occasional right arm pain. Subsides with 600 ibuprof. Ok?

Complex: There is no single diagnosis that ties these symptoms together, so it's impossible to say of it's "ok". On the other side of the coin, these don;t point to a dangerous diagnosis either. If you want to find out, you really need a proper evaluation by a primary care doctor. Hope this helps! ...Read more

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Intermittent armpit & groin pain (increasing in intensity), fatigue, night sweats, nausea. Could this be part of my lupus? Haven't had this before.

Intermittent armpit & groin pain (increasing in intensity), fatigue, night sweats, nausea. Could this be part of my lupus? Haven't had this before.

Possible: Lupus can present itself in so many ways, one probably needs to consider it guilty until proven otherwise. I would recommend that you call your rheumatologist ASAP. ...Read more

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I have had an ultrasound, internal ultrasound, pap test. All negative. But I have intermittent pelvic pain, groin pain and slight pink blood at time?

I have had an ultrasound, internal ultrasound, pap test.  All negative.  But I have intermittent pelvic pain, groin pain and slight pink blood at time?

Difficult question: You are describing a challenging problem, and what is going on with you cannot be determined without a more detailed conversation and examination. Depending on your age and risk factors, additional testing may be required. If you are not satisfied with what your doctor is telling you about your assessment, you may wish to seek a second opinion. ...Read more

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Help! what could be causing my groin pain?

Help! what could be causing my groin pain?

Hip or hernia: The most common conditions would be a hernia, soft tissue injury around the hip, or a problem in the hip itself such as a labral tear or femoroacetabular impingement. See a specialist for diagnosis. ...Read more

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What could be the cause of while on a hike develop sever groin pain , has lasted 3 months?

What could be the cause of while on a hike develop sever groin pain , has lasted 3 months?

See physician: Groin pain is concerning for arthritis or hip impingement. Other diagnosis include a stress fracture, pinched nerve, or hernia. If it has been going on without improvement, see a specialist. ...Read more

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Is there groin pain in women?

Absolutely: Women may experience groin pain due to a condition of the genitals or reproductive organs. Pain can also radiate into the groin from a condition of the hip, lower spine, pelvis, kidney, bladder, or colon. ...Read more

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What are the causes of groin pain?

What are the causes of groin pain?

Many Causes: Groin pain can be due to serious infections, inflammation, trauma, malignancy (cancer), and other abnormal processes. Because groin pain can be a symptom of a serious or life-threatening condition, you should seek prompt medical care and talk with your medical professional about your symptoms. ...Read more