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Stitch In Right Side Groin
4 months post c section. While being stitched up I felt pain in right side of my pelvis area. I still get sharp cramps in that area to this day. Why?
Lower right abdom pain since March, with occasional pain in LR groin and back. Stitch like pain, mostly when I sit/stand. Almost none when walking?
Get it checked: The length of time of your symptoms alone suggest an ongoing process which needs to evaluated by a doctor. There are so many possibilities with the symptoms you described that a physical exam needs to be done. Get it checked out. ...Read more
Lwr rt abdom/groin/back stitch like pain, mostly when I sit/stand. Almost none when walking? Many dr visits, but cause not found. Profile more info
Possibility of having pid+ douglas fluid accumulation post total hysterectomy? How the bacterias spread in the pelvis? Is it through the vaginal stitch?
I've a 1yr old baby through c-sec in Nov 2013, now I'm almost 7 weeks pregnant. Why I feel strong pain and pressure in Groin area pelvic joints lower abdomen and in my stitches?
Pain: It is probably stretching the liggment in your groin area. ...Read more
Inguinal surgery nine days ago. Very swollen and hard around stitches. Resembles a hernia that won't go back in. Is this normal?
Dull pain (stitch) in right side under rib cage thru to back & into tummy. CT scan & blood test for kidneys (history of stones) showed nothing. Next?
Not kidney-related: This is very likely musculoskeletal, or GI discomfort. Please have your physician evaluate with complete history and physical exam. ...Read more
Go see your doctor: By "stitch", I assume you mean pain, not suture material. Based on that little bit of information, i'd be just shooting in the dark giving you a list of possibilities. Best thing to do is to go see your doctor if it persists or gets worse. You might have anything ranging from pulled muscle to kidney stone to kidney infection to shingles to who knows what. Of course, you might also have a suture. ...Read more
Colonic flexure: What you're describing is called a "runner's stitch" altho it can occur during any kind of exercise, particularly high impact. It's due to pressure from a collection of gas where the colon takes a sharp bend under either side of the rib cage. Avoiding eating and drinking carbonated or hot beverage at least 2 hours before exercise may help. "Stitches" aren't serious and resolve quickly at rest. ...Read more
See A Doctor: Spleens usually do not hurt unless they are very enlarged. If your spleen is enlarged you need to figure out why. If you are only getting a side stitch that will usually only occur during strenuous activity. ...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
Lymph nodes: I suspect you have enlarged inguinal lymph nodes. You need to see a doctor. ...Read more
Possible fungus: Tinea cruris, a fungus, is perhaps the most common cause of a rash called "jock itch". Although it can be treated with an antifungal cream alone, often the most rapid relief is obtained by using a combination antifungal and steroid cream (Lotrisone); it's also available in the generic version; apply it sparingly twice daily for several days until the rash is gone. ...Read more
Get a checck up: You may have a kidney stone. Please contact your doctor immediately. ...Read more
Groin pain: This may be a ghost to chase. Causes may range from groin hernia, more common in males to groin pull (usually there is history of groin injury). I've had patients with unidentified groin pain despite comprehensive work up. I suspect some anatomical variants of the area that predispose certain folks to having groin pain related to position change. But before you do need a work up done. ...Read more
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
After I go to the toilet for a wee I get a bad pain in my right side like a stitch pain what can it be.?
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
I'm having pain in my right side spreading to my groin. The pain is 90% on my right side. Should I be worried?
Yes: You should find out the cause of your pain, by seeing your doctor or go to ER ...Read more
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