Lumbago Right To The Thighs And Groin?
My name is Muhammad Lizan, I am 43 years old, my height is 155 cm and my weight is 80 kg.
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Pain in the right waist to spread to the groin, thighs, and testicles in obese people may indicate inguinal hernia. This condition occurs when there are some segments of the intestine that fall sticking out of the abdominal cavity due to a gap in the weakened abdominal wall. Not only pain, inguinal hernias generally will also cause you to experience lumps that are soft, dissipate in nature, and often enlarge when pushing or coughing, in the groin area or sometimes reaching the testicles. Pain due to inguinal hernia will feel dominant around the abdomen, groin, genitals, even to the waist, lower back, and thighs. Obese people are more at risk of developing inguinal hernias due to pressure in the high abdominal cavity. Not only obese sufferers, inguinal hernias are also susceptible to experience by men, elderly people, people with cough and chronic constipation, people who often lift heavy loads, or also people who have had surgery in the stomach.
In addition to inguinal hernias, pain as you feel may also arise due to other factors, such as kidney stones, torsion of the testicles, kidney infections, intestinal obstruction, intestinal inflammation, rheumatoid arthritis, nerve nerves, irritable bowel syndrome, stones or bladder infections, fibromyalgia , lymphadenitis, epididymitis, varicocele, hydrocele, orchitis, and so on.
To determine what causes your pain, you need to see yourself directly to the doctor. Depending on the doctor's suspicion of the cause of your complaint, the doctor may later lead you to undergo a supporting examination (such as an x-ray or ultrasound) and even refer you to the appropriate specialist doctor (such as surgery, internal medicine).
In the meantime, in order for pain to improve, we urge you to get more rest. Warm compresses on the sides of the waist and surrounding areas that are painful. Avoid carelessly massage or massage the area of pain. Always use comfortable footwear and clothing, not too tight, when active. Don't over-exert physical activity, including lifting too heavy objects. Do not forget, multiply drinking, do not like to hold back bowel movements, eat regularly, and exercise every day so that your weight back is ideal.
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