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Pain in groin, left testicle. Feeling numb in left leg, toes. Hernia?

i think I Have a hernia It has ache in my groin area and my left testical area after heavy exercise for 2 weeks now off and on but to day i was doing some leg raises and nothing really happened right away but about two hours later i started to have dull pains in my groin area again. the pains are starting to go away but the area where my leg and groin area come together and down my left leg to my toes has a numb feeling not completely numb but it doesn t feel normal but my right side is ok
Asked On : Mon, 28 Jan 2013
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
think yor imagination is good
it seem to be hernia inguinal
get consultation of surgoen to remove it
during exercises the pressure brings down parts of abdominal contets and there is pain
but after continuation of hernia even small excersise can do it
it depends on th area where pressue isthere on the nerve and contenre moving cusing pain at diffrent regions according to nerve affected by pressure
you can use tight langot to revent coming abdominal parts in inguinal ara
and can use analgesic so till you get consultation and decide for surgery
Answered: Sat, 6 Jul 2013
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