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I have 2 tiny red bumps on each thigh. They have a white head. Is this herpes? I also get a slight burning feeling in my groin, hips, low back and legs constantly.

I have 2 tiny red bumps on each thigh. They have a white head. Is this herpes? I also get a slight burning feeling in my groin, hips, low back and legs constantly.

See Your Doctor: The description and symptoms given do not sound typical for Herpes however more info is needed such as duration, your medical history (recent/past) and more. Additionally, diagnosis of skin lesions is challenging without visual inspection. The causes for "bumps" are quite numerous: infection, allergy, disease-related, and more. Suggest you see your doctor now for proper diagnosis and treatment ...Read more

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2 days sharp stabbing pain left side in waist/flank area. Hurts to deep breathe. Tender to touch. Nausea. Constipation. Groin pain. Burning feeling.

Get it checked out: There are several things that can be causing this. But with it being painful to touch and have nausea, groin pain and burning... I would have a healthcare provider check it out. Take care! dr. Michael rosenfield. ...Read more

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Yes, right inguinal hernia done open in 2010 had burning numbness since operation and now feeling nerve and cord being pulled?

Yes, right inguinal hernia done open in 2010 had burning numbness since operation and now feeling nerve and cord being pulled?

See a doctor: numbness after hernia surgery is kind of normal the burning part not as much. the pulling sensation could be considered normal right after surgery but not after four years my advise go and see a doctor either follow with the surgeon that did your surgery or see your family physician meanwhile take ibuprofen 600 mg three times a day with meals for a week and apply heat pad to the area good luck ...Read more

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Is it normal to still be feeling pain above n below the incision 1 year after open inguinal hernia syrgery. Burning pain right above the incision?

Neuropathic pain: "normal" or physiologic pain is associated with an inflammatory response that is part of the healing process. Pathophysiologic pain is pain that continues even after healing has occurred and painful stimulation has ceased. When pain is due to a functional abnormality of the nervous system, the term neuropathic pain is used. See pain management to diagnose and treat the condition. ...Read more