Pain in the groin: women groin pain and pain in the groin men

Health DagAmer0221 August 7, 2016 3 1
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Groin pain, groin pain, or pain in the groin area. Where is your groin? Groin down left and right, at the transition from the abdomen towards your legs. Pain in the groin may be constantly felt, but the pain can also be dependent on the hip flexion. An inguinal hernia or hip wear are common causes of groin pain. But also pelvis problems, such as pelvic instability, or tilt of the bladder or the uterus are common causes of pain in the groin. Below we discuss the most common causes of groin pain in women and men in a nutshell.

Possible causes groin pain / pain in groin

  • Prostatitis or prostatitis
  • Band Pain During Pregnancy
  • Pelvic Instability
  • Ilio-inguinal neuralgia
  • Lies Injury
  • Hernia
  • Renal Pelvic Inflammation
  • Testicle inflammation
  • Spermatocele
  • Genital herpes
  • Inflamed sweat gland
  • Kidney stones
  • Osteoarthritis of the hip
  • Inflamed bursa from the hip
  • Osteonecrosis of the hip
  • Swollen lymph nodes

Prostatitis or prostatitis

In men, groin pain or pain in groin are caused by a severe prostate inflammation, namely, chronic bacterial prostatitis, non-bacterial prostatitis. Chronic bacterial prostatitis is usually the result of under-treated and recurrent acute prostatitis. The symptoms of non-bacterial prostatitis and chronic bacterial prostatitis of which correspond to each other and are diverse:
  • pain in the perineum;
  • pain in the testicles, also called testes or testicles;
  • pain in the scrotum;
  • pain in the penis;
  • pain in the lower back;
  • groin pain;
  • urinary disorders;
  • blood in semen;
  • blood in the urine;
  • pain during bowel movements;
  • impotence; and
  • pain associated with ejaculation.

Prostatitis is often treated with antibiotics.

Band Pain During Pregnancy

Band Pain during pregnancy can also cause pain in the groin. The uterus is suspended from straps, that are attached to the pelvis. Because the uterus during pregnancy is booming, the bonds would be taxed heavier. Under the influence of hormones which stretch out and this can sometimes cause pain or even cramps. It is often a nagging abdominal pain, sometimes radiating to the groin or back. The band pain may also be felt inside the vagina. Especially with a sudden movement. A hot water bottle, shower or bath can help. It is also advisable to make no more sudden movements.

Pelvic Instability

Between the different pelvis bones are compounds, which under hormonal influence during the pregnancy soften. This allows the baby to descend. Pelvic instability is created when the various parts of jaws relative to each other to slide, and the muscles are not sufficiently strong to stabilize this. Pelvic Instability occurs in about 5% of pregnant women. But pelvic instability can also be caused by an accident, by overloading such as long distance running or by hormonal changes during menopause. Therefore it is not only women who can gain from pelvic instability load, but men may have symptoms. Common complaints include:
  • vague to stinging pain in the genital area, groin and lower back between sacrum and bowel bones;
  • can feel pain occur from the lower back to one or both buttocks and legs;
  • muscle complaints around the pelvis are also quite common.

Ilio-inguinal neuralgia

Ilio-inguinal neuralgia is a painful condition of ilio-inguinaliszenuw due to damage and / or failure of this zenuw.¹ Ilio-inguinal neuralgia can be caused among other things by damage resulting from abdominal surgery, pelvic surgeries, hernia surgeries and kidney surgeries . The complaints at Ilio-inguinal neuralgia usually consist of pain in the lower abdomen and groin pain that radiates to the upper inner thigh and to the genitals. It is a severe burning and stabbing pain.

Lies Injury

A groin injury can result from sports like football, rugby and hockey. In these sports are heavy demands on the body. The many sprintwerk and running quickly and turn his taxing on the legs and pelvis. In a groin of acute injuries, there is a high probability of rapid recovery.

Hernia

An inguinal hernia is a protrusion of the peritoneum by a weakness or hole in the abdominal wall. A hernia gives a stabbing and sharp pain in the groin. Thigh Fractures occur mainly in men, but can also occur in women. In children, a hernia is almost always the result of construction.
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Renal Pelvic Inflammation

Pyelonephritis or kidney infections may cause the following symptoms:
  • painful and frequent urination;
  • pain in the back, just above the waist, radiating to the groin;
  • a temperature of 38 degrees Celsius or higher with chills;
  • smelly, pungent, muddy, blood-colored urine; and
  • nausea and vomiting.

Testicle inflammation

In men, a testicle inflammation may also lead to, inter alia, groin pain. Other symptoms of orchitis include:
  •  fever;
  • nausea and vomiting;
  • diarrhea;
  • redness and swelling of the testicle on the affected side;
  • discharge from the urethra;
  • pain with urination;
  • Blood in the semen;
  • pain during sex or during ejaculation;
  • pain in the thighs, on the scrotum or lower abdomen;
  • The pain in the testis is often aggravated during defecation or during exercise.

Spermatocele

A spermatocele or seed cyst is a painless buildup of seed-containing fluid in the epididymis. Normally spermatokèles remain smaller than one centimeter, but in rare cases they can grow up to fifteen centimeters. This provides both aesthetic and mechanical problems. This may occur pain radiating to the groin.

Genital herpes

Genital herpes is a highly contagious sexually transmitted disease. The culprit is a virus that is transmitted through intimate sexual contact. The plant produces only red spots on the skin or mucous membranes and after one day form blisters or sores on or around the genitals. Other possible symptoms include: fever, muscle aches, headaches, vaginal discharge or painful urination, swollen and tender glands in the groin.

Inflamed sweat gland

Sweat glands in the groin may become inflamed. This inflammation is called hydradenitis. This is a harmless but annoying deviation. A sweat gland inflammation may arise with acute abscess formation, or it may be chronic alternately with more and fewer complaints.
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Kidney stones

Can crystallize causing kidney stones Wastes in the urine. Larger stones can get stuck in the ureter, causing pain and cramps. This will be referred to as colic. These severe attacks of pain manifests itself in the back and abdomen may radiate to the side of the abdomen and groin.

Osteoarthritis of the hip

Osteoarthritis is also known as wear in the vernacular. The complaint for hip osteoarthritis is pain in the hip region to the groin. In many cases there referred pain to the thigh and knee.

Inflamed bursa from the hip

When overload or damage to the attachment of the underlying tendons of the hip bursa can become inflamed, which can be associated with fluid retention and be very painful. This may cause, inter alia pain in the groin.

Osteonecrosis of the hip

Osteonecrosis of the hip is a deviation due to which the head of the femur collapses and dies. This is accompanied by a nagging or throbbing pain in the side of the hip, groin or buttocks, sometimes with referred pain to the thigh.

Swollen lymph nodes

When a bladder infection or an infection of the feet, legs or genitals, lymph nodes in the groin could be established.
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