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Recovering from stomach flu, severe groin pain. How to get relief?

Hi. I am just recovering from the stomach flu that has been sweeping the country... it lasted 4 days. However, although I am now feeling fine, I m having really intense (almost unbearable at times... whether sitting, standing, laying down, walking... doesn t matter), groin pain. It s traveled to my lower left abdomen . The sensation is described as similar to severe constipation , like the swelling on my left lower abdomen, with extreme amounts of pain there, but I m not constipated. The pain has also begun to travel to my upper left thigh. I ve heard that it s common, after the flu, for lymph nodes in this area to swell.... but when I feel the area with my hand, I don t feel lumps as I ve been told I would with lymph nodes. Help?
Asked On : Sun, 10 Feb 2013
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the flu is viral and viral have no proer medicine and antibiotics dont cure them
any viral or flu takes 3- 4 week and it can affect any part in the viscinity
you need to have sympatomatic treatment of every symptom you have like antacids analgesics agents to clear stools and others and in 3- week you will recover fully
hyderotherapy is best to trat flu and viruses like taking fluids in any form from 2 sppons to as much you can take aftyer every 15 minutes
Answered: Thu, 27 Jun 2013
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