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Intermittent pains in groin area, low grade HPV. Taking primolutN to stop bleeding. Cause of pain?

Hi, I have pain in my groin area only lasts a few seconds a few times per day. I was diagnosed with recently and low grade hpv 12 months ago. I have been put on promult n tablets to stop the bleeding I ve been having for 6 weeks also I take 10 mg three times per day. the groin pain has only started over 2-3 weeks ago and sometimes the pain travels from my left lower abdomen to my groin area. I go to the toilet on a daily basis and have no blood in my stools . What could this pain be?
Asked On : Wed, 18 Jul 2012
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Thank for asking to HCM
I really appreciate your concern looking to the history given here I could say that this could be vague abdominal pain and in my opinion this need to be managed symptomatically, unless findings are suggestive of some pathology, and the best option for symptomatic drug is, "Tab Dicylomine" three times in day take care and have a nice day.
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