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Swelling and pain in the right side groin area . Swelling is forming in the shape of a sausage . This started after an angiogram ?

Swelling and pain in the right side groin area . Swelling is forming in the shape of a sausage . This started after an angiogram ?

Hematoma: This most likely represents a collection of blood which oozed into the fatty tissue of the groin after the procedure. This will usually resolve and return to normal over a few weeks. If enlarging or associated with significant pain, you should see your doctor and an ultrasound should be performed. ...Read more

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Really bad pain in vigiana and pain in my right side groin area and lower back butt area had a hysterectomy years ago?

Really bad pain in vigiana and pain in my right side groin area  and lower back butt area had a hysterectomy  years ago?

Pain: Could be many things. You need to see your gynecologist and get a really thorough history and physical including a rectovaginal exam. Your doc may offer scans also. ...Read more

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I was told that I have a UTI because of a positive urinalysis. I have a nagging pain in my right side groin area. Could this be related to the UTI?

Not typical: Nagging groin pain is not typical for an uncomplicated uti. Also, sometimes a false positive test result for uti may be positive due to another disease process. kidney stones are an example of a condition that can occur along with uti and that may require further work up (some stones need to be removed urgently). Keep the treating physician informed ...Read more

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Pain on right side flank and groin area. Started urinating pink today. I passed a kidney stone 2 years ago could it be another one passing?

Pain on right side flank and groin area. Started urinating pink today. I passed a kidney stone 2 years ago could it be another one passing?

Very likely: The onset of flank pain with radiation to groin area along with some blood in the urine is likely a stone but infection can cause similar symptoms. Best to see urologist to get testing to confirm diagnosis and appropriate follow up ...Read more

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Sitting for long time then random aching pain in right side groin+abdomen..Only hurts and aches when I walk..dull ache groin area..2days now

Sitting for long time then random aching pain in right side groin+abdomen..Only hurts and aches when I walk..dull ache groin area..2days now

Sounds like: a hernia. But it could be any number of things, some serious, such as appendicitis. Get to a doctor for proper diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more

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I have a cold, when I cough hard I get a vibrating feeling in my hip (right side) / groin area. ?

I have a cold, when I cough hard I get a vibrating feeling in my hip (right side) / groin area. ?

Could be: a hernia, especially if you can feel a lump, pain, or impulse in the area. Best to show it to your doctor for accurate diagnosis and proper treatment. ...Read more

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I have a lump beneath my hip bone on my right side (groin area?). It is slightly painful to the touch and moveable. What could this be?

Lymph node: This sounds like a reactive lymph node. It can be swollen from a small cut (like from shaving) or other infection in the groin or leg area. It should go back to normal over a few weeks but if it keeps getting bigger you need to see a health provider to check it out. ...Read more

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Sharp pain in right side crease area where thigh meets groin. Loss of full range of motion-can't move leg up to put socks on. Pain for months now.

Groin pain: The commonest cause of lingering groin discomfort is strain or injury of the inguinal ligament which takes many months to heal. Do you recall any strain of the groin area in the past? Occasionally pain in the groin is referred from a hip joint problem. I recommend an examination by a general surgeon to check for hernia or evidence of ligament or hip pathology. ...Read more

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I have a pain on my left side back of my waist and travels to the groin area?

I have a pain on my left side back of my waist and travels to the groin area?

Compression neuritis: definitely suggests nerve compression and inflammation. Avoid any heavy lifting or bending. Start antiinflammatory mediciation ASAP ( Advil (ibuprofen) or Aleve) - seek medical attention and xrays ASAP ...Read more

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I have pain on the left side of my groin area. It never seems to go away and there is no herinia.

May be your hip?: Groin pain, especially on one side only, could be a signal of a hip problem. While you're young to have "wear and tear" arthritis, it can happen - especially if you were born with hip joints that were a little "off" in position. Your doctor will want to know if there are factors which make this pain better or worse, and what you have already tried to relieve the pain. Good luck. Lgromkomd. ...Read more

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I have swollen area on the right side of my groin that hurts a bit more pain if touched should I be concerend?

Yes: Two common conditions in the groin are large lymph nodes and inguinal hernias. The growth of lymph nodes could be cancerous (lymphomas or metastatic from other tissues of the adomen and pelvis) or infectious. Hernias cause no problems unless incarcerated causing obstruction or pain. ...Read more

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Today I had a consistent sharp pain from the tip of my naval to my groin area. As if it was a string being tugged from both sides. ?

Meckel'sDiverticulit: or bladder problems are top of the list. If no relief in a few hours, call your doc for an examination of your abdomen. Maybe see the doc sooner if you have increased sharp pain when you press on your stomach and suddenly release the pressure. ...Read more

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Is it normal for thin people to feel palpable groin nodes? I weigh 99 lbs and feel multiple nodes in groin area, both sides, biggest about 1.5 cm

Is it normal for thin people to feel palpable groin nodes? I weigh 99 lbs and feel multiple nodes in groin area, both sides, biggest about 1.5 cm

Not usually: Groin nodes ofter tend to get fibrosed and may be palpable in a thin person. You may watch and wait. Check the nodes about once a month - If the lymph glands double in size, become painful, ulcerate, or other nodes become enlarged, you should see a doctor. For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form. Practice safe sex. ...Read more

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