Severe burning stabbing pain in left groin

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Hello

For about a year, I keep getting a sharp stabbing burning in my left groin.  It can last a few minutes or more than an hour.  Recently found out the that as the pain comes on, I get a solid swelling just above the pain area and my pelvis, which gets bigger as the pain gets worse

Recently had an ultra sound for a small lump on my left testicle which I am told was a cyst.  I don't know if there is a connection.

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    MorniAxus;  I can't say yes or no, but when first started to read, it reminded me of the pain/s that I used to get when having cysts rupture on my ovaries......so could very well be.................what does your GP say?....Bron

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      Morning All

      My GP felt the lump and basically said, we will see how it goes and that was it.

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    testicular cysts are I believe usually painless, varicole of the testes can be achey and painful and hernia can be very painful

    Your gp should be able to send you for an ultrasound

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      Our GP's will not refer for at least a month.  They get £50 from the government every time they delay a referal.

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    This is also symptoms of Rocky Mountain Spotted Tick Fever. Swelling of lymph nodes in groin. If ur also achy, fever and sometimes a circular rash on wrists, hands, legs....id go get checked at Dr. Antibiotics are the fix
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