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Severe pain in the groin, low fever, shivering. What could this be?

I woke up this morning with severe pain on the left side of my groin . The pain is not constant unless I am constantly moving, or I move certain ways. I am starting to notice that no matter how I move it hurts, really bad but I m ok if I m laying still. I am also running a low-grade fever 101 and I m freezing being fully clothed and under 3 blankets with the heat blasting in the house. I ve toubleshooted a few things on google and everything keeps pointing me towards an inguinal hernia , but I don t have swelling near my testicles. ??
Asked On : Mon, 5 Nov 2012
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Urologist 's  Response
Jul 2016
Thanks for your query.You are having a high grade fever with chiils and pain in your left groin.This could be due to either UTI or a ureteric colic.Please get your Following investigations done
1) Haemogram
2) Routine Urine Examination
3) Ultrasound scanning of Abdomen
This will help you to know the diagnosis
Please consult some general Surgeon or Urologist.In the mean while take some antispasmodics to relieve pain .
Answered: Tue, 6 Nov 2012
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