Almost seven years ago, walking down some stairs, I missed a step and felt a strain in my groin. A week or so later, while showering, I noticed a swelling or lump in the left side of my groin, above the crease which divides thigh from abdomen, the pubic area. Naturally, noticing a lump or swelling provoked concern. But that concern quickly lessened when I saw that this swelling seemed to
2weeks ago i was very inconfortable walking or siting . when i cheked , the right side was swelling
but it goes away every now and then
it is so paifull. just the right side seemes to be affected
i am so concerned
I read about the ' swelling in pubic area' that you posted 20 october 2006. I am have been experiencing the same for two years and a half.
Please would you share with me what happened to you or how you got it treated?
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