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I have had a burning sensation and tenderness in rt groin area

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I have had a burning sensation and tenderness in rt groin area .I think it's a sore node. I have had about 8 angiograms/plastys involving the right groin femoral artery. Could this be caused by a build up of scar tissue? I also have pain in my knuckles,tingling in my feet,mostly right foot, have tingling in my left thigh often, and have retina problems left eye...was blind 3 yrs ago. I do have heart disease.3 stents and drs sau I have more blockage in circumflex and rt coronary..70 percent or so.
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Health
Expert:  Dr. Saha replied 1 year ago.
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This is likely due to an enlarged node if you feel a new lump.
Scar tissue would not develop after so much time.
The lymph node can get inflamed & tender.
There can be other issues for pain in the groin.
Those can be nerve impingement, urinary colic.
The nerve impingement can cause tingling sensation in feet.
Neuropathies are other possibilities.
I would suggest to take an examination by doctor.
In case of an infection, antibiotic would be needed.
You can apply warm moist compress over it.
I hope this information helps.
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