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Why am I getting a sudden groin pain whenever I walk, stand, or sit down?

Why am I getting a sudden groin pain whenever I walk, stand, or sit down?

See your doctor: It could be your ligaments stretching. This does happen in order to accomodate the baby's passage through the vaginal canal. But you should get evaluated by your doctor. ...Read more

Groin Pain (Definition)

Groin pain refers to discomfort in the area where the abdomen ends ...Read more


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How to get rid of groin pain after I fall?

How to get rid of groin pain after I fall?

Get evaluation: If you have pain in the groin following an injury, you need to be evaluated to make sure you do not have a fracture involving the hip. ...Read more

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I have sudden groin pain, what to do?

I have sudden groin pain, what to do?

Depends: This depends on the severity and duration. The more severe, the more urgent. If it's been there for weeks or months, less urgent. If there's a lump in the area, may be a hernia. Hope this helps! ...Read more

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What is the definition or description of: Sudden groin pain?

What is the definition or description of: Sudden groin pain?

Immediate: The term sudden implies that pain began quickly, without a long gradual worsening. The term often implies an event rather than being from a chronic, arthritic problem. For example, a fractured hip would cause the sudden onset of groin pain as opposed to an arthritic hip which would cause chronic groin pain. ...Read more

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Why am I getting a sudden groin pain whenever I walk, stand, or sit down?

See your doctor: It could be your ligaments stretching. This does happen in order to accomodate the baby's passage through the vaginal canal. But you should get evaluated by your doctor. ...Read more

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Help! I just have sudden groin pain after sitting for longer period?

Help! I just have sudden groin pain after sitting for longer period?

Seebelow: You are probably compressing the sciatic nerves around the if she'll tuberosity in that region. If you have to sit for prolonged periods of time try standing up frequently and repositioning your buttock, avoid hard objects you may need a special pillow for your seat, avoid any objects in your back pocket. Try some stretching exercises this should get better if you do the above. If this continues to be a problem seek an orthopedic surgeon for further evaluation. Good luck thank you. ...Read more

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How long does sudden groin pain associated with separation of the symphysis pubis last?

How long does sudden groin pain associated with separation of the symphysis pubis last?

Hard to say: If the disruption of the pubic symphasis remains unstable the pain will likely persist. Alot depends on how it happened (trauma vs child birth). ...Read more

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Sudden onset left hip/groin pain. 37 years old, diagnosed with RA about 10 years ago and Lupus about 5 years ago. The pain is horrible.

Be seen: If the pain is particularly severe, I would not hesitate to be seen. The most likely diagnosis is a synovitis of the hip joint related to your inflammatory arthritis. ...Read more

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Low groin pain in my husband?

Possible hernia: May be a hernia so go see your doctor. ...Read more

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What can I take for groin pain?

What can I take for groin pain?

Groin pain: 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

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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 usually is the cause of somebody's groin pain?

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

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What causes groin pain in women? Where is their groin?

What causes groin pain in women? Where is their groin?

Many Causes: 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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Left side groin pain feels like kicked in the balls, why?

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

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Hemerroid cause groin pain?

Usually not: But if there is an infection, the groin pain could be from enlarged and inflamed lymph nodes. You might need to take antibiotics, so best to see a doctor for this. ...Read more

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Can hemerroids cause groin pain?

Not usually: Hemorrhoids usually either cause rectal pain, itching or bleeding. Rarely causes groin pain. ...Read more

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How to treat groin pain in women right side?

How to treat groin pain in women right side?

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

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How to deal with severe groin pain during ballgame?

Concerning: You most likely have hip impingement or arthritis. See a physician for diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more

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I feel groin pain. I becomes hot. I could not walk well.

I feel groin pain. I becomes hot. I could not walk well.

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

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Why do I still have groin pain 3 months after a hernea repair?

Hip: Patients with hip problems or arthritis frequently complain of groin pain. See your doctor for further evaluation. ...Read more

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I am having groin pain on lower left side with swelling. What could it be?

Possible Hernia: A hernia results from a weakening in the abdominal wall, allowing intestines to poke through. If you can "push" the swelling back but it returns, then it likely is a hernia.
If the swelling gets worse, becomes reddened or is associated with increased pain/nausea/vomiting, you would need to go to the er immediately. The intestines can become trapped, stopping their blood flow (strangulation). ...Read more

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Very dull groin pain (right side). No lumps or anything. What could it be?

Pulled hamstring?: Hard to say here. See a doctor and don't do anything to aggravate it before you have it checked. ...Read more

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I've been experiencing persistent lower back and groin pain. Are they related?

Likely: The groin pain likely localizes the source of your pain to the sacral nerve roots, and, depending on the time course and severity, deserves a work up by a neurologist, especially if your back pain is low down near the sacrum. ...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?

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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Is groin pain a sign of hiv?

Is groin pain a sign of hiv?

Not generally: Hiv disease can produce nearly anything since with profound immune deficiency it leads to numerous other medical problems. But in and by itself it should not cause groin pain. If you think you may have been exposed to hiv, however, you should be tested. ...Read more

Groin (Definition)

The region or crease between ...Read more