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Swelling In Groin Area Female
Hello. I am a 30 year old healthy female. I have experienced recurring swelling and tenderness in my lymph nodes in the groin area. Lasts several days at a time. Always tender to touch and sometimes during certain movements. I do have a history of ova
Swelling is the enlargement of organs, skin, or other body parts. It is caused by a buildup of fluid in the tissues. The extra fluid can lead to a rapid increase in weight over a short period of time (days to weeks). Swelling can occur all over the body (generalized) or only in one part ...Read more
I'm a female with with right side pelvic groin tenderness radiating down my leg with mild ankle swelling what could this be ?
Brief sensation of warmth (lasts maybe a second)r lower abdomen just above groin. Has been happening for the past several hrs, comes and goes) Hx: 56yo w female. Chronic low back pain, mild but lately it's been fairly constant. Swelling r knew and pain (
Maybe diverticulitis: There could be a lot of reasons for this but the first one I think it was the reticulitis. It would be best for you to see your physician and get this clarified. There are other conditions that can cause, discomfort. It may be a simple issue but it needs to be evaluated. ...Read more
I had bilateral inguinal hernia repair March 9 this year. Female. Open incision on both sides. Numb from incision to thighs. Extremely swelling in ?
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Rower-hipflexor/groin/lowerback/upper glute pain.Swelling in groin area. Clicking sometimes.Have been resting for a week&icing but still in pain?
Sacroiliac joint: A loose and subluxing sacroiliac joint (sij) of the pelvis can pop, cause sciatica, and pain that radiates to the low back, hip, and groin. Rowing, mopping, lifting while twisting, making beds, etc. Arouses painful ligament stretch of the sij; as does having sex in the missionary position. Any young female with this pain pattern should study the brighton criteria for joint hypermobility syndrome. ...Read more
No: Groin swelling after an angiogram suggests that the blood vessel in the groin through which a catheter was passed to perform the angiogram had not been adequately sealed by long enough pressure over the needle hole in the blood vessel after the catheter was removed. The swelling represents bleeding in the groin from the puncture site in the blood vessel used fro the angiogram. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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 moreSee 1 more doctor answer