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Groin pain after meals. Not hernia. Lymphnode slightly swollen. Have lupus. Pain lupus related?

Hello, I am a 37 year old female. I have groin pain on my right side after meals, shifting position in chair, laughing, coughing. I was checked by a general surgeon and he said no hernia , swelling too low to be an ovary, and the lymph node is only slightly swollen. He said it could be a groin muscle or tendon inflammation. I do have lupus. Could this pain be lupus related?
Asked On : Sun, 27 Jan 2013
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Hi, Welcome to Health care magic forum.
The causes for the pain in the groin could be the hernia, urinary tract infection, stone in the ureter near the bladder. other causes may be the arthritis of the hip joint.
As the surgical causes are excluded, it must be the arthritis.
I usually prescribe to my patient with such symptoms neurotropic injections, for 10 consecutive days, and then periodically. ofloxacin, anti inflamatories.
Wishing for a quick and complete recovery. Thank you.
Answered: Sun, 1 Dec 2013
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