Groin. There is no anatomic connection between hemorrhoids and the groin area. Swelling there can be from enlarged lymph nodes or an inguinal hernia. A physician or surgeon would have to examine you to determine whether there is true groin swelling and what causes it. A colorectal surgeon could do this as well as check to see if you have a thrombosed hemorrhoid which is quite painful.Apply warm soaks now.
Hey, I have a swollen lmypth node, I have a swollen throat too I feel very sick and I have flu like symptoms.?
Mgt. You could have a Strep A infection, and if you see your PCP a throat swab can be sent. Monitor your temperature, drink soothing fluids and please rest. If you have any trouble breathing or worsening symptoms, please see the ED. Read more...