And your question is . . . ? Sounds like you have an infection. That painful swollen lump is most likely a lymph node indicating that the infection is close by. It could also be an abscess or pus pocket that needs to be dr
Don't just run after subdueing the symptom. Anything on the head should be carefully examined by a physician. There are free clinics. Your body is fighting something in the area – antibiotics shouldn't be taken indiscrimina
Robbie D, that is my exact problem. I am a 47 year old male and after complaining about this pain (at times biting/pinching) I was refered for urinal tract and prostate ultrasound and given loads of anitbiotic but still till
if it has anyting to do with whats going on near the groin but could tie in with the stress it's causing... (nocturia)
Urgent need to urinate
Pain in the abdomen, groin or lower back
Pain in the area...
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.
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...