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For the past several weeks, I have had a great deal of pain on the left side of my bladder. It's close to my groin and I have been taking pain medications ever since.
I have had three hernias over the past four years, due to an incision in my stomach that required surgery back in 2000. I was operated on for all three hernias. However, I have never had a hernia where the pain is coming from now. I was wondering if it was likely that. I am a very active runner, but my runs haven't been much fun lately. There's no pain, but I get really tired and winded. That's likely another kettle of fish, but I am wondering if the running troubles could be related. Thanks very much.
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