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jason h California
i recently been treated for lower back pain and sciatica.i was lifting a heavy object in work and... More
country living California
Hello I am a 54 yr old female with chronic pain throughout my back, neck, groin and pubic area.... More
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I am a mother of three grown children (22, 21, 21), I have been happily married 23 years. Our... More

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Perhaps you're doing too much, too soon. Try cutting your runs in half and be sure you do them at a comfortable pace such that you could talk with a buddy. Your body needs 48 hyours to recover from a stressful run, so on the
MRKNOWIT is very correct, this could be a bood clot, pinched nerve, etc.... while it may not be this serious, it is possible that it IS... and you should NEVER seek a diagnosis for symptoms like this unless you are under the
While I haven't experienced the groin pain that you're describing, I hope you don't mind my butting in from a family physician's perspective, which is to say, there are many things that can cause groin pain...
Wow, congrats!  95yo & active.  If only we could all be like you!  So what causes groin pain?  Let's get down to basics so that we're all on the same boat.  The groin or inguinal area is the crease...
, it now becomes a surgical emergency, rather than an elective operation.      Other causes of muscle pain in the groin...
what I am feeling as of recently. I know that groin and pubic pain comes from a hip joint. I hope you are of an age...
Your lymph nodes are likely reactively inflamed from your surgical procedure. It sounds like you developed a post-operative seroma that needed aspiration. These typically tend to recur and need to be aspirated multiple times.
Thanks for your swift and thorough reply.  An xray shows that the replaced hip is seated perfectly. I'll continue to be patient. Sorry, I'm a family physician and geriatrician, not an orthopedic surgeon.  However, this is the
Not sure what your question is but it sounds like time to go see your orthopedic surgeon (or get a 2nd opinion from another one) about replacing your hip replacements.  Good luck!
Any time it burns to urinate, think bladder or kidney infection.  But if you also have a lump in your groin and some lumps on your penis, start thinking sexually transmitted diseases.  That's why it's...

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