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Pain in the inginual canal and the groin area - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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User :   Hi, I am having pain in right groin since past 15 days. Its mild but continuous. sometimes it gets more with burning type too. No swelling in groin. No swelling of testis. No lump coming out from right inguinal region as I lie down. No fever. Occasionally (once in 15-20 days, this is there since past 6-7 months) I see cloudy urine coming out at the end of urination. No pain while urinating.
Doctor :   hi
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how can i help you?
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has urine test been done?
User :   not yet..will be getting tomorrow
User :   what to look for in that specifically..apart from pus cells and stuff like that
Doctor :  
yo wil also need to look for any chyle or semen leak in it
User :   also..I took voveran 50mg..pain did not subside..but it responded say 50% to one buscopan tablet
Doctor :  
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has the affected parts been examined?
User :   how do i ask that in urine test? format?
User :   not exactly
Doctor :  
the test will show if they are present
User :   what to look for there
User :   there is no pain when squeeze the testis..epididymis too
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Doctor :   is there any swelling appearing when you cough or strain when passing motion?
User :   no
User :   i have noticed that my right testis can easily get inside the inguinal canal
Doctor :   ok
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i suggest then you wait for the tests to come, and also get yourself examined by a general surgeon
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to be able to make out the cause for th epain
User :   ok..
User :   can I ask you one question
User :   what is the nerve supply of the area: right medial groin, right lateral part of scrotum
Doctor :  
since you said that right testis can easily get inside the inguinal canal , there is possibility
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of a hernia also
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yes please proceed with your question
Doctor :   are you there?

User :   i asked
User :   the question
Doctor :  
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it is the iliohypogastric nerve that supplies the area
User :   ok
Doctor :  
it supplies the sensory fibers to the pubis, scrotum and medial aspect of the thigh
Doctor :   Is there any thing else I can help you with?
User :   I guess thats it..thanks for the advice.
Doctor :   Please fill the feedback form say done when done.
User :   done
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