Easily Tired, Pain In The Groin And There Are Lumps Such As Gravel In The Armpits?
Hello, I’m an 18 year old teenager. Mid last year, my lymph nodes swelled in the right and left groin and also the right armpit. At that time I had checked many times, and the medicine given was the same, namely cefadroxil (if I’m not mistaken). At that time I was advised to rest, and for about a month I was resting, swelling in the right and left thighs had disappeared. While in the armpit is still there today and the size is also the same, very small as there are pebbles inside. Now, every time I feel tired and stressed, my groin hurts and it was in the part that was once swollen. The pain is usually next to the “but it turns out and it is also disturbing. I am also very easily tired now. I have had enough sleep (8 hours) in the morning still tired. At school too often sleepy. I wonder why I do? Do I suffer from fatigue syndrome? Chronic? So far I haven’t had a blood check, etc. Before, I was only given medicine. Please explain.
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Complaints that you feel, easily tired, pain in the groin and there are lumps such as gravel in the armpits, may be a different condition than a continuous disease. Among the possibilities are:
Hidradenitis suppurativa condition characterized by the appearance of a bump in the area of skin friction Bacterial infection of the skin Insect bites Immune system disorders Chronic fatigue syndrome Anemia or lack of red blood cells Psychological disorders such as stress, anxiety Hormonal imbalances
Of course, further tests need to be done to be able to find out the tendency of your condition. It needs to be re-examined whether the pain really comes from the former swelling, or if there are blisters or other abnormalities in the former because if it is used, and there is no surgery, it should no longer be painful. The characteristics of the pain must also be sought, whether the pain, such as being pinched, punctured and others in part. All of this information is important to conclude the diagnosis and determine the best treatment for you. Our advice, you should check yourself to a general practitioner first to see the correlation between symptoms. If your doctor still feels complicated, you will be referred to the appropriate specialist based on the results of the examination. If your general practitioner decides to self-manage and is unsuccessful, return to the doctor immediately for an evaluation, and you might be referred by that time.
Meanwhile, keep a healthy lifestyle by avoiding stress, getting enough rest, eating regularly with foods rich in nutrients such as vegetables and fruit, avoiding cigarette smoke, and checking yourself immediately. So, hopefully answering your question.