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Pain in groin area on urination suggestive of renal stone - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Men's Health
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User :   hello?
Doctor :   Hi
User :   please help me
Doctor :   Sure
Doctor :  
You can proceed with your quey
User :   i have pain in the groin area its not constant it comes and goes but always starts when i urinate im a little bit worried and i have no idea whats up down there
User :   it feels like being poked from the inside out when it does hurt
Doctor :  
Let me read it
Doctor :  
Ok
Doctor :  
May I know your age and gender?
User :   19 male
Doctor :  
Ok
Doctor :  
Do you have fever?
User :   nope
Doctor :  
Ok
Doctor :  
Since when are you having this problem
User :   this morning
Doctor :  
Ok
Doctor :  
Is there burning sensaion while urinating?
User :   can you please tell me what you think is wrong
Doctor :  
'sensation
User :   no just the same poking pain
User :   just above the penis
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :  
Some of the possibilities could be
Doctor :  
Decreased urine output
Doctor :  
Renal stone
User :   i have been peeing like a race horse all morning
Doctor :  
Ok
Doctor :  
Then one option could be ruled out

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