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What could be the cause of pain in the right side of groin after eating sugary substance ?

what could be the cause of pain in the right side of the groin which manifest especially after eating or drinking sugary substances. the pain is just in the right corner between the hips and the third leg where i suppose the gland is... i eat a lotof sugary substances and for a while it was okay but recently i noticed pain results in the right groin area after ingesting these substances. sometimes the pain tries spreading to the testicles and or to the left groin. i was adviced to take lincomycin or linco cin which i did but the dose was not complete. the pain abated a while only to start again. could it be disbetes?
Asked On : Thu, 2 Jun 2011
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Do you have any swelling in your groin which appears when you lift heavy weights or when you cough. It appears you are having early symptoms of a hernia, which could later present as a swelling. I would recommend you visit a Surgeon in this regard.

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