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Groin Pain
  1. #1
    Kevin Edwards Guest

    Default Groin Pain

    Hi

    I have had a RP on June 5th, catheter removed June 19th. On the second
    occasion out of the hospital bed, day 2 post op, I had an excruciating pain
    in my left groin, can only be described as acid being poured inside!!

    Since then I have the same pain after walking for about 10 mins and gettimng
    in and out of bed.

    Anyone else experienced anything similar??

    Kevin



  2. #2
    chasjac too Guest

    Default Re: Groin Pain

    Hello, Kevin:

    Sorry you've had to go through all this.

    What you're describing does not sound like anything I experienced. An
    excruciating pain two weeks post-op does not seem right. I'd suggest
    calling your doc as soon as you can -- if for no other reason than for
    peace of mind. Maybe it's nothing, but why take the chance? That's why
    docs get the big bucks, right?

    And please let us know how it turns out.

    All the best,

    charlie

    --
    6/2006 PSA 5.2
    DRE suspicious
    7/2006 Biopsy
    2 of 10 positive
    Gleason 7(3+4)
    11/2006 LRP
    Clear margins
    1/2007 PSA < 0.01
    3/2007 PSA < 0.01
    6/2007 PSA < 0.01
    so far, so good

  3. #3
    Steve Kramer Guest

    Default Re: Groin Pain

    "Kevin Edwards" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    > Hi
    >
    > I have had a RP on June 5th, catheter removed June 19th. On the second
    > occasion out of the hospital bed, day 2 post op, I had an excruciating
    > pain in my left groin, can only be described as acid being poured inside!!
    >
    > Since then I have the same pain after walking for about 10 mins and
    > gettimng in and out of bed.


    Welcome to the newsgroup, Kevin.

    I have been here for about six years now and I have never heard of anyone
    describing pain like that 20 days post op. I have heard gas pain described
    as such, especially in laproscopic patients, but never more than a few days
    later.

    I would call your uro about it. If induced by walking and getting in and
    out of bed, it might just be muscular or a groin pull, but it's still a good
    idea to call the uro.




    --
    PSA 16 10/17/2000 @ 46
    Biopsy 11/01/2000 G7 (3+4), T2c
    RRP 12/15/2000 G7 (3+4), T3cN0M0 Neg margins
    PSA <.1 <.1 <.1 .27 .37 .75 PSAD 0.19 years
    EBRT 05-07/2002 @ 47
    PSA .34 .22 .15 .21 .32 PSAD .056 years
    Lupron 07/03 (1 mo) 8/03 and every 4 months there after
    PSA .07 .05 .06 .09 .08 .132 .145 PSAD 1.4 years
    Casodex added daily 07/06
    PSA <0.04, <0.05, <0.04 (06/12/2007)
    Non Illegitimi Carborundum



  4. #4
    Kevin Edwards Guest

    Default Re: Groin Pain

    Hi

    Thanks for your responses. I think also it is a muscular pain. Have made
    appointment with the doctor for Tues morning.

    Kev

    "Steve Kramer" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:467f7e1b$0$30656$[email protected]..
    > "Kevin Edwards" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]..
    >> Hi
    >>
    >> I have had a RP on June 5th, catheter removed June 19th. On the second
    >> occasion out of the hospital bed, day 2 post op, I had an excruciating
    >> pain in my left groin, can only be described as acid being poured
    >> inside!!
    >>
    >> Since then I have the same pain after walking for about 10 mins and
    >> gettimng in and out of bed.

    >
    > Welcome to the newsgroup, Kevin.
    >
    > I have been here for about six years now and I have never heard of anyone
    > describing pain like that 20 days post op. I have heard gas pain
    > described as such, especially in laproscopic patients, but never more than
    > a few days later.
    >
    > I would call your uro about it. If induced by walking and getting in and
    > out of bed, it might just be muscular or a groin pull, but it's still a
    > good idea to call the uro.
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > --
    > PSA 16 10/17/2000 @ 46
    > Biopsy 11/01/2000 G7 (3+4), T2c
    > RRP 12/15/2000 G7 (3+4), T3cN0M0 Neg margins
    > PSA <.1 <.1 <.1 .27 .37 .75 PSAD 0.19 years
    > EBRT 05-07/2002 @ 47
    > PSA .34 .22 .15 .21 .32 PSAD .056 years
    > Lupron 07/03 (1 mo) 8/03 and every 4 months there after
    > PSA .07 .05 .06 .09 .08 .132 .145 PSAD 1.4 years
    > Casodex added daily 07/06
    > PSA <0.04, <0.05, <0.04 (06/12/2007)
    > Non Illegitimi Carborundum
    >




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