I would say the same thing as Meredy. If you have no doctor now, start with an internal medicine specialist, called an internist (not an intern). He or she knows about all parts of the body. If you need to see a specialist fo
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loose and allowing the hip to move like it should.
First, try laying on your back, knees up- bring... on your side allowing one leg to hang over the other. This will stretch the hips and the oblique muscles...
Two possibilities come to mind immediately, either an infection of a hair follicle (especially common if you shave in that area) known as folliculitis, or a swollen lymph node (or gland) representing (sexually transmitted) in