Hi guys. Im looking for answers please on what to do.Everytime I bend down, to lift pkgs at work, my left groin/above the testictles start hurting. I hurt it at work a couple of months ago. I went to the work clinic they said its a groin. I did excercises they gave me, iced it. Then go cleared to go back to work. It was always there off and on. But then in July I picked up extra hours and Hurt my groin bad again the pain came back worse. Work Clinic said they dont know what it is. They sent me to Back specialist. I got an MRI, Xray, also had three ultrasounds. My doctor told me that He thinks I need to stay off of lifting for 6weeks and let it heal. He thinks its a muscle or ligament in the Inguinal area. But , it still feels the same even on Light Duty at work. Like its not healing. the more I stay off of it, it doesnt hurt. but when I start moving around, it flares up again. I want to go see a Urologist, because I think its a hernia I had a co-worker who had the same thing. I dont know just really Frustrated What should I do Guys please help me.
Hurts everytime I bend down, to lift at work also any time Im resisting something?
Added 6 Oct 2015:
Also I dont know if I will go into work tomorrow even on light duty they got me scanning the pkgs, but it starts hurting when I have to reach and scan the pkgs on the belt. I swear its a hernia or something. the ultra sound people suck, the only did my testicles, and left groin both negative. but I feel they need to ultra sound right above my penis, towards the left above the testicles where it hurts. Idk, please Help me what I should do. Thanks!
Hi, if it is a hernia you will have a significant 'swelling' in the area, do you have this? It could be a pulled or torn muscle, injuries like this can take a long time to heal. Do you have pain in your upper, inner thigh also? If yes this could be a contributing factor in pointing the finger at muscle damage. The best thing you can do is continue with the ice and exercises, use a compression bandage or similar and take analgesics. Rest as much as possible, if possible take some time off work... Obviously if no progress is occurring you must go back to your doctor and maybe consider physiotherapy?
Sounds like a infection to me, husband and son has had that, see your Doctor he'll give you something to clear it, by all means see a Doctor. I had a hernia and was sent to a doctor that does sugary they are the one's that know how to look for that test did not show it, it was in my right groin.
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