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Back and rib pain, shooting pain in groin. Taking monistat for yeast infection. History of hernia. Treatment?

I thought I had a yeast infection and treated it with monistat the smell and burning went away temporarily. We were moving and I moved many boxes, I know i have a hernia that will be treated in the fall, I stood up from a chair and suddenly felt the worse mid back pain that continued around under my ribs I could barely breath. I thoungt I pinched a nerve and have already gone for an xray and i am waiting to hear back. However the yeast infection seems to have come back after being treated a week ago and I also have pain in my right groin down to my right ankle. could this be a bladder infection?
Asked On : Sun, 29 Jul 2012
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Recurrent fungal infection may be due to poor hygiene or diabetes. UTI should be rule out. I would advise my patient to undergo urinalysis to rule out infection. Ultrasound of the KUB to rule out renal stone may may be the cause for groin pain.
Screen for diabetes by testing the blood sugar.
Answered: Sat, 23 Nov 2013
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