If you’re from New Jersey, people generally expect you to be pretty tough. You withstand terrible winter weather and you take a lot of “heat” from New Yorkers. Still, that doesn’t mean that you have to live with groin pain in agonizing silence. A groin pain specialist in New Jersey can help you diagnose the problem and provide treatment so that you don’t have to be quite so “tough”. Here are some of the more common causes of groin pain and how the groin pain specialist will treat them.
are more common in men than women, but women can still end up with a
section of bowel, bladder, or reproductive system tissue pushing
through the pelvic floor. Because this creates a strangulated tissue
area inside the lower abdomen, the entire lower abdomen feels the
pain, particularly when the strangulated and herniated organs are
involved in elimination processes or carrying a fetus to term. Minor
surgery is necessary to correct the hernia, but then you should be
feeling a lot better shortly after the procedure.
Prolapses are similar to hernias in that tissue is not where it should be inside the body. The biggest difference between the two is that prolapses are parts of internal organs falling out of their respective holes. Intense groin pain hurts when a vagina or uterus begins prolapsing and falling out the vaginal opening, or when the urethra in a male or female patient is literally poking out the urethral opening. If you think or feel that either of these causes belong to your groin pain, consult with Groin and Pelvic Pain Institute.