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Obesity In Women And Groin Pain
Diagnose: It would center completely on the cause/diagnosis, which a detailed exam and possibly further studies can determine. There are many possible causes and the treatments would generally be different. Consider being seen. ...Read more
Hernia Pain?: A hernia occurs when the tough connective tissue that completely covers our bodies (under the fatty layer) develops a weakness or true hole and the stuff inside bulges out. If you are having pain, it means that the area had some injury. If there is a bulging and it does not reduce easily, then you need to see your doctor. Otherwise, Motrin or advil (ibuprofen) should help reduce the pain. ...Read more
What are possible causes for transient sharp stabbing groin pain in a female with no history of DVT or this type of pain.?
Pulled Muscle: I agree with dr. Wolf's comprehensive list of possible causes of groin pain. Although less likely, I would also include a pulled groin muscle as a possibility. These tend to occur following rigorous exercise +/- lifting and respond well to rest, ice, and anti-inflammatories. ...Read more
Female 44 having groin pain right side dull ache, shooting pains, feeling bloated for 2 days. Ended period on Monday. Have a history of fibroids?
60 yo woman vomiting during bowel movements occasionally now 3 times in 24 hours. Thigh & groin pain a fairly new symptom. Thank you.
I'm obese and I have excessive pigmentation on my underarms and groin. How do I get my skin back to normal? I have it since I was a teenager. Thanks!
Acanthosis nigricans: Acanthosis nigricans is a brown to black, poorly defined, velvety hyperpigmentation of the skin. Common affected areas include the neck, underarms, and groin. This is usually seen in people under age 40 with obesity as well as conditions such as hypothyroidism or hyperthyroidism, acromegaly, polycystic ovary disease, insulin-resistant diabetes, or cushing's disease. See your doctor for evaluation. ...Read more
Brown rash exactly where my testicles lay in groin area, on both inner thighs. No itching. Hygenic/not obese. What is this and how did I get it?
Sweat on my back, under my breasts, my groin, vagina, & behind my knees as soon as I go outside? Not obese. 114 ibs and I'm 5'4 age 17 no thyroid prob
Summertime!: I'm not sure what the temp was In Philly today, but we hit 95 degrees and heat advisory in Kentucky. The heat combined with the humidity triggers our bodies to sweat which helps cool the skin and this cool our core body temperature. This experience sounds like " normal sweating" to me. If you have night sweats combined with weight loss, see your physician! ...Read more
It depends on what the cause is, but if it is due to a muscle strain or ligament injury you should rest from vigorous activity for 2 weeks and take an anti-inflammatory medication like advil (ibuprofen) or
aleve. If there is a bulge in the area of pain, you would need a medical evaluation to check for a hernia. ...Read more
Depends-Need More: It would depend on associated factors. If you are very active, it could be a muscle strain. If there are lumps/bumps in the area, it could be lymph nodes associated with infection. Pain could be referred from reproductive organs, back, or hip. Timing of the pain could indicate a possible cause. There is just not enough information. ...Read more
Pain: If the pain is sudden in onset, and you think is bothering you a lot then you might need to get it checked out. It could be most commonly secondary to musculoskeletal reasons, but an abdominal infection could also be a concern Every thing depends upon the whole clinical picture. ...Read more
You need to be seen:
By your doctor, who can examine you, get a detailed history and then start treating you.
It sounds like you may be having an infection resulting in the swelling/pain/inability to walk.
Good luck. ...Read more
It often does: There is a hole in the muscle layers of the abdominal wall and a sac is coming through it. When you cough, lift or strain, the sac is 'puffed up' by the abdominal pressure, and it puts pressure on the muscles. The muscles can pull apart more from this pressure and give symptoms similar to a muscle strain. The severity will come and go. Best to see a surgeon before more trouble can occur. ...Read more
Nonspecific: This is a nonspecific complaint which could be due to several possibilities such as groin pull, arthritis, hernia, pinched nerve, etc. If you've had a recent injury, it would be reasonable to treat with rest, ice, anti-inflammatories, but if symptoms are persistent or severe then see a physician. ...Read more
Many things can...: Many different conditions can cause hip / groin pain. Just a few in your age group include : early arthritis (femoroacetabular impingement), hip labral tears, referred pain from a lumbar disc injury, inguinal hernias, adductor muscle strain, "pubalgia", and many others. See your md for evaluation. Good luck! ...Read more
Here are some. ..: Tour described sequence of events suggests groin pain is related with physical activities so it's logical to look into the possible disorders of regional joints, muscles, & nerves. But to reach the bottom of concerns, bring the info on the onset, degree, duration, interval, evolution, progress, & resolution of groin pain to the doc for analysis + physical exam + tests as needed so deduce Dx for.. ...Read more
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