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The doctors thought my friend has polymyalgia She has every symptom, but she also has bad groin pain. So now they are testing her, They say they don't know what kind of arthritis she has. Can't you have groin pain also with polymyalgia????
I have pain on my groin, scrotum, hip and sometime penis. doctor had conduct a ultrasound scan on inguinal hernia and also a uroflow test on me, the result show i am normal. anybody can tell me what wrong with me?
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I experience groin pain on my right side. The first time the pain was excrutiating and stabbing and then would go for months and stop. I went to a back dr. and hip and the hip dr. gave me tests and said it was coming from my back. The back dr said it was coming from my hip. Then it stopped as quickly as it began, Just recently it began again. Is it possible that it part of stress disorder. I have been diagnosed with extreme anxiety, depression and post traumatic stess disorder and I take medicine for it
I was on a trip where I did a lot of walking. By the end of each day while walking I experienced a sharp pain in my groin. It felt like it was where my legs attached to the rest of me. It would then go away. Now that I am doing nothing it does not bother me. I don't know what would happen if I start serious exercising. Could this have been caused by Prolia?
I have a seam in my groin from birth. I have had prostate cancer treated with hollow rods inserted thru my groin and inserted in my prostate. Radiation was inserted thru the rods momentarily to radiate the cancer. That was 7 years ago. Within the past year I have urethral blockage that was treated by stretching. Now I have pain in the seam in my groin when I sit. Standing and lying down OK.
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