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Pain in groin and hip and numb leg what could this be ?

Pain in groin and hip and numb leg what could this be ?

? pathology in groin: If the numbness is in thigh on same side as pain, then there may be some problem in groin causing pressure on femoral nerve causing numbness of thigh. See a neurologist. ...Read more

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What to do for abdominal pain accompanied by groin and hip pain?

What to do for abdominal pain accompanied by groin and hip pain?

See your doctor: This could be number things such as a hernia. See your doctor especially if this gets worse. ...Read more

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What could cause pain in right hip, knee, and ankle?

What could cause pain in right hip, knee, and ankle?

Trauma, overuse...: Biomechanics, arthritis, and even low back neuropathy are the most common causes ...Read more

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Can pain in my lumbar spine cause pain and cramps in my pelvic area?

Can pain in my lumbar spine cause pain and cramps in my pelvic area?

Yes it is possible: yes it is possible that pain in the lumbar spine can cause pain and cramps in my pelvic area. ...Read more

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Having lower back pain and pain in hips and legs. Primarily left hip/leg. What could be the cause of this?

Having lower back pain and pain in hips and legs. Primarily left hip/leg. What could be the cause of this?

Wait another week: Many herniated discs like what sounds like what you are having will resolve on its own in a few days to weeks. If you are still in a lot of pain and anti-inflammatories are not helping or if you notice numbness/weakness presenting itself then seek medical care to evaluate this further. ...Read more

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Lower back pain is causing shooting pain referred leg and hip and knee pain. What can I do for relief?

Lower back pain is causing shooting pain referred leg and hip and knee pain. What can I do for relief?

See details: Your description suggests you have sciatica which is due to a nerve root compression in your back. Try rest, heat to the area and aleve (naproxen). If the problem persists, you need to see a doctor. ...Read more

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What could cause pain in my pelvic area and clitoritis?

What could cause pain in my pelvic area and clitoritis?

Burning pain?: if you are having a burning, sharp, irritation like pain over the clitoris, this could be due to a condition called pudendal neurlgia. The pudendal nerve has 3 branches, one being the clitoral branch that coud be irritated and create this pain around the clitoris. It can also cause pelvic floor spasms vs the pelvic floor spasms causing compression of the nerve. treatment sooner than later ...Read more

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Severe groin, thigh and lower abdoninal pain in woman--what causes?

Severe groin, thigh and lower abdoninal pain in woman--what causes?

Many possibilities: There are many possible causes for your symptoms - muscular, GI, or gynecologic. I would need more information in order to help narrow down cause or make any recommendations. Since your symptoms are severe, I strongly encourage you to see your clinician asap. ...Read more

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I have constant hip pain and muscle spasms in my thigh and calf with numbness in the outer half of my foot. What other tests besides MRI should happen?

I have constant hip pain and muscle spasms in my thigh and calf with numbness in the outer half of my foot. What other tests besides MRI should happen?

Nerve damage: What your experiencing is nerve damage. It will or may be permanent if the cause is not corrected. Nerve conduction velocity is needed to help determine this. I would get the MRI asap. Then have your physician refer you to a neurosurgeon and neurologist to get further evaluation. A normal MRI and abnormal nerve study may indicate a more severe condition in terms of a demyelinating process. ...Read more

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Pins and needles in calf, spasm, pain in thigh, swollen groin and hip and lower back pain. Had leg sonogram last month and no clot. What could it be?

Pins and needles in calf, spasm, pain in thigh, swollen groin and hip and lower back pain. Had leg sonogram last month and no clot. What could it be?

Possibly venous: You may have venous insufficiency, or venous reflux, of the leg veins or pelvic veins. Ask for an ultrasound of your leg veins to check for it - it is different than looking for a clot - make sure you are sitting or standing during the scan. You would need an mrv to look for dilated pelvic veins. ...Read more

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What cauaes back, anal and abdomen pain in a female?

What cauaes back, anal and abdomen pain in a female?

It depends: You should not be having this kind of pain under normal conditions. There can be many causes, and you need to be fully evaluated! ...Read more

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Can past cyctocele surgery cause pain in the groin and lower pelvic area?

Can past cyctocele surgery cause pain in the groin and lower pelvic area?

Mot likely: If the surgery was a while ago, it is unlikely to be causing problems now. If it was recent, then it may be related, especially if mesh was used. ...Read more

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What could cause lower left abdominal pain that radiates to groin and leg?

What could cause lower left abdominal pain that radiates to groin and leg?

?Hernia ?Back Disc: Sometimes small hernias in the groin will push on nerves very early, before you can feel a lump, and cause the kind of pain that you're describing. Another possibility is a herniated disc in your back, pressing on the nerves to go to these areas. You need to see a physician to sort this out, may need x-rays, and perhaps even a referral to a specialist. Good luck and get well soon! ...Read more

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Why am i having compression fractures in my spine along with pain in pelvic area, muscle spasms in feet, legs, and tendon area?

Why am i having compression fractures in my spine along with pain in pelvic area, muscle spasms in feet, legs, and tendon area?

See your doctor: All those symptoms appear unrelated. It is very unusual for someone of your age to have spinal compression fractures without significant trauma. So if you really do have compression fractures, you need to find out what is causing those fractures? You will need to undergo a physical exam, and various diagnostic work-up, to understand what's is causing these issues. ...Read more

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Can a lower back injury cause pain in your abdomen and groin area?

Can a lower back injury cause pain in your abdomen and groin area?

Yes: Low back injury can cause other muscles to overwork. And cause you to have an abnormal gait pattern. Abnormal use of your hip flexors to stabilize your pelvis and the lateral hip stabilizers (it band) can cause the groin pain. Back injuries can cause a lot of discomfort and result in abdominal pain, constipation and even emesis. ...Read more

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