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I have a vibrating-like sensation on my right groin area. It's intermittent, no pain, just annoying. What could it be?

I have a vibrating-like sensation on my right groin area. It's intermittent, no pain, just annoying. What could it be?

Muscle twitch?: Maybe it is a muscle fasciculation. There are muscles that are attached to the groin area, some of them are very large. When a uscle is undergoing a change in training, either more or less than normal, it will twitch, as it undergoes changes in nerve supply. This is benign. I cannot think of any serious or scary cause. ...Read more

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I get an intermittant very sharp pain in the right side of my groin which is so severe I almost fall to the ground. It has been going on for many yea?

I get an intermittant very sharp pain in the right side of my groin which is so severe I almost fall to the ground. It has been going on for many yea?

What is Cause?: Did you have an injury? Was it sudden or gradual in onset? Groin pain could be due to a problem in your abdomen or pelvis, weakness in your abdominal wall (hernia) or hip joint. Do not guess, get it checked. ...Read more

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Sharp intermittent pain in the left groin?

Resting, exercise?: Does the pain happen after exercise, does happen sitting in a certain position? Is ther a firm lump in tngroin, check it with your doctor. ...Read more

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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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Excruciatingly painful shooting pains in upper inner thigh/groin. Lasts 60-90 seconds, intermittent but gaining frequency over 4 days. Ends suddenly.

Excruciatingly painful shooting pains in upper inner thigh/groin. Lasts 60-90 seconds, intermittent but gaining frequency over 4 days. Ends suddenly.

Neuropathic pain.: If you have recent injury to your back from a fall or lifting very heavy weight or sudden jerk, you may have "slippedDisc" and it may be pressing on the Sciatic Nerve and in certain position causing Sharp Shooting pain. Try Anti Inflammatory medicine like Ibuprofen and Applying Ice.
Get examined if not improved by this week end.
I am not aware of any other medical condition that you may have. ...Read more

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I am suffering with low intermittent pain in left testicle, left part of groin and left tip of penis, what could be the cause?

I am suffering with low intermittent pain in left testicle, left part of groin and left tip of penis, what could be the cause?

Groin strain/hernia: Please kindly see your primary care doctor as the symptoms that you feel could be due to groin strain or sprain or hernia or other causes. Your primary care physician can evaluate you and manage accordingly. ...Read more

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I have lower back ache and intermittent stabbing pains in my left groin through to my back And my wee has gone very dark brown?

I have lower back ache and intermittent stabbing pains in my left groin through to my back And my wee has gone very dark brown?

Possible causes: You may have a kidney stone, you may be dehydrated, or you may have some break down of muscle tissue. It's hard to tell based on this, but some urine and blood testing would help a lot.

Please see a medical provider in person to check this out! ...Read more

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I am a female and had a groin hernia repair on May 12th. I have intermittent severe pain like a hot pocker being shoved in my groin. Is this common?

Ask the Dr: Call the Dr who did the repair. Have a followup exam - that's part of the procedure and the only way to know if healing is on track. Don't wait! Try not to use or hold on to imagry of such violent or inflammatory things - they make pain worse. Those who need to manage chronic pain are taught to use accurate but colorless words. Every little bit counts! Call now! ...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?

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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Intermittent throbbing groin muscle pain (right side). How should I treat this? Can I still walk/do light activities? Ice? Ibuprofen? Hot tub?

Intermittent throbbing groin muscle pain (right side). How should I treat this? Can I still walk/do light activities? Ice? Ibuprofen? Hot tub?

See a doc: If these are new onset symptoms discuss with your doctor. Without additional details difficult to provide recommendations due to diversity of possible causes. ...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?

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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Gnawing intermittent pain in hip and groin are, mainly at rest. Odd feeling in lower abdomen.?

Gnawing intermittent pain in hip and groin are, mainly at rest. Odd feeling in lower abdomen.?

May be hip joint: It is common for hip pain to hurt in the groin. If your pain extends into the abdomen it could be an abdominal problem causing radiation to the groin. You will need to see a doctor to get a definite diagnosis. ...Read more

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Is intermittent, intense pain that radiates down to my labia normal 6 months post incisional hernia repair in the groin area?

Is intermittent, intense pain that radiates down to my labia normal 6 months post incisional hernia repair in the groin area?

Local anesthetic: Unfortunately nerves can be damaged in surgery, especially when it's the second operation (you said "incisional hernia"). Your surgeon shoudl be able to inject local anesthetic into the area near the incision to see if this is really a nerve, or just scar tissue. See the doctor who operated on you. ...Read more

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Intermittent fever of 101, body aches, and moderate pain in groin lymph nodes for 3 days. No other symptoms. Does this sound like a virus?

Intermittent fever of 101, body aches, and moderate pain in groin lymph nodes for 3 days. No other symptoms. Does this sound like a virus?

Yes and no: The first part of your description sounds like a classic viral syndrome: fever, body aches, but moderate pain in the groin (inguinal) lymph nodes could point to a more serious bacterial infection. I would recommend seeing your gynecologist or primary care provider to determine why you have the lymph node swelling. It may be viral, but it would be safer to get a physical exam to be sure. ...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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Vomiting bile in the morning, sharp intermittent pain in the rear, incontinence, effortless weight loss, recurring swollen lymph nodes (groin). Help!

Vomiting bile in the morning, sharp intermittent pain in the rear, incontinence, effortless weight loss, recurring swollen lymph nodes (groin). Help!

Please see Dr...: What you described deserves an immediate professional attention. So, collect and record the feature, degree, and progress of the symptoms with their detailed sequence of events, and bring them to see dr. Who will usually find our what he/she needs to do for you after reviewing wht you bring in, more history, physicals, and possible some tests as needed.

Best... ...Read more

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I have a sharp pain at the base of my spine and intermittent stabbing pains in my pelvis. I just passed a large thick clot sort of like wet paper?

I have a sharp pain at the base of my spine and intermittent stabbing pains in my pelvis. I just passed a large thick clot sort of like wet paper?

Lower back/pelvic pa: I think you have an answer for the pain, if you are passing clots it could be from the uterine spam itself. ...Read more

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Intermittent severe lower right ab. Pain for mths. Much worse now, pain rad. To back, pelvis, down leg. Nausea, vomiting for 2wks prior part. Hyst. Poss?

Pain: It could be many things that we wouldn't want to mislead you. I am concerned about your kidney, intestinal tract and musculoskeletal sysem. It is likely on of those. ...Read more