i have pain in the groin when i was ejaculate. it have going on for 3 months. i have been to doctor and have blood test and urine test for all std and hiv and the result is negative. what should i do??? what disease or sickness to i get???
Groin pain can be due to enlarged lymph nodes, infection, muscle strain or a hernia.
I agree with the tests for STDs and HIV.
Further evaluation of the groin can be done with various imaging studies, such as an ultrasound or CT scan. A hernia or enlarged lymph nodes needs to be ruled out.
I would discuss these options with your personal physician.
Followup with your personal physician is essential.
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