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Sharp pain in right groin upon standing?

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Dr. Slade Suchecki
Family Medicine
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In brief: Get an eval

Groin pain can range from lymph node issues to musculoskeletal.
You need to have a full eval- history and physical, by a physician to determine the etiology. Possibilities include but not limited to infection, strain, fracture, arthritis and even cancer. You will likely need imaging. Please get seen. Good luck.

In brief: Get an eval

Groin pain can range from lymph node issues to musculoskeletal.
You need to have a full eval- history and physical, by a physician to determine the etiology. Possibilities include but not limited to infection, strain, fracture, arthritis and even cancer. You will likely need imaging. Please get seen. Good luck.
Dr. Slade Suchecki
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David Miller
Family Medicine

In brief: Inguinal hernia?

Pain in the groin is concerning for an inguinal hernia.
However, it can also be a pulled muscle ("groin pull, " see image) or other similarly-innocuous things. Definitely worth seeing your doc for this.

In brief: Inguinal hernia?

Pain in the groin is concerning for an inguinal hernia.
However, it can also be a pulled muscle ("groin pull, " see image) or other similarly-innocuous things. Definitely worth seeing your doc for this.
David Miller
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