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  • Pain after inguinal orchectomy

    Hello, I had inguinal orchectomy 6 months ago, and am still in some pain and discomfort around incision site. l have some numbness daily, but things like gentle jog can aggravate it for a week or two.

    Has anyone experienced pains after this many months? Will the pain go away or is it here to stay now? Thank you

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    You probably have a pinched or trapped nerve going on, or some scar tissue pressing on the nerve.
    Look up the pur clinc. They do an amazing job with groin pay issues.
    You can also do a stretchin excrise to help with it. Take that leg and stretch it back with your foot turned out. Then lean forward over the other leg and look away from the side with the pain. Do that a couple of times a day should help
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      Originally posted by eodtech2001 View Post
      You probably have a pinched or trapped nerve going on, or some scar tissue pressing on the nerve.
      Look up the pur clinc. They do an amazing job with groin pay issues.
      You can also do a stretchin excrise to help with it. Take that leg and stretch it back with your foot turned out. Then lean forward over the other leg and look away from the side with the pain. Do that a couple of times a day should help
      Thank you for your message eodtech2001. I heard about pur clinic, but I am in UK. Will start on the excercises and was also told that massaging the scar can also help.

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