Pain Appears In The Groin And Right Hip Area In Men?
Good night. I am a man aged 22 know, want to ask. My right groin is a bit sore and my right hip is also a little sore. That’s why huh
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Pain that appears in the groin and right hip area in men can occur due to muscle, joint, bone pain, and internal organ disorders, for example the intestines, epididymis, kidneys, bladder, and so on. Diagnosing the cause of this pain is ideally done through an in-person examination of a doctor. That way, the doctor can determine what kind of treatment is best so that your pain is relieved.
Some conditions that may trigger pain in the groin and right hip as you experience are:
Fibromyalgia (musculoskeletal pain) Clamped nerves, for example in the spine or groin Inguinal hernia (bowel sticking out due to a weakened gap in the abdominal wall) Diverticulitis (abnormal bulging of the intestine) Appendicitis (appendicitis) Nephrolithiasis (kidney stones) Glomerulonephritis (kidney infection) Kidney tumors, benign or malignant Cystitis (inflammation of the bladder) Inflammation of the intestine Torsion of the testes (twisted testicles) Epididymitis (inflammation of the sperm ducts), etc. with very great intensity, does not improve in 3 days or more, or also appears accompanied by other complaints, for example, a history of injury to the groin and hips, fever, vomiting, defecation or urination, numbness or weakness in the lower legs , swelling or lumps, erection and ejaculation disorders, and so on. In cases like this, not just a normal physical examination, usually the doctor will also perform additional tests, for example X-rays, ultrasound, complete laboratory tests, and so on.
As a first step, try to relieve your pain using a warm compress. Do not massage or massage the sore groin and hips. Reduce first activities that are too tiring, including doing strenuous exercise, lifting heavy objects, running excessively, and so on. Always wear comfortable pants so that the pain does not worsen. Also get used to drinking lots, eating regularly, and getting enough rest. If the pain is very severe, you can also apply pain relieving creams, for example those containing paracetamol, to improve complaints (avoid contacting the cream with the area around the genitals).
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