Hi, I have pain in my groin and also iching and disconfered on the inside tip of penis. I can sit or stand there is little pain. I will get results about std or other in about 5 - 7 days. But for right now I need so edvice to let me sleep.
How are you? Are there other symptoms? Common causes of groin pain in men may include: enlarged lymph glands, epididymitis, inflammation, orchitis or infection. However, together with itchiness this may be due to a possible sexually transmitted diesease, urethritis or fungal infection. Fungus thrives in warm, moist conditions such as the groin. It may also present as itching or a burning sensation in the groin area.
Affected areas may appear red, tan, or brown, with flaking, rippling, peeling, or cracking skin. Diagnosis is with skin scrapings evaluated under the microscope. This responds well to over-the-counter medications.
Do update us with the results. Urinalysis, routine blood tests such as a CBC or blood differential and ultrasound may also be done to rule out other causes. Take care and regards.
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