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My name is kyrsten and im a 23 year old female. 5 days ago,

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Hello, my name is ***** ***** im a 23 year old female. 5 days ago, i had a cerebral angiogram (through the groin) and every day since, i have had severe pain in my groin especially when walking, standing, sitting, etc. i wrote it off as being recovery but this morning i woke to the right side of my groin (where the procedure was done) being swollen and extremely painful to touch. im a little concerned since the pain seems to be getting worse rather than better especially with the swelling. i cant walk without a limp and standing is extremely difficult. There are no signs of infection such as fever or pus but im questioning if i should have it looked at. Thanks in advance!
Submitted: 4 months ago.
Category: Neurology
Expert:  DrThomasMd replied 4 months ago.


Go to the ER.

This can be continued bleeding from the site.

It can be infection, and that can be serious.

This needs to be examined immediately.

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