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I have pain in my R groin area. This causes me to not enjoy

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I have pain in my R groin area. This causes me to not enjoy walking as that aggravates the issue. What could I do for this? This winter I did have a spiral fracture of my L femur, would this have anything to do with it. I am 79 yrs. old and want to get out and exercise. I go to the gym and walk for an hour every am. Is this ok? I have a min-pin (2yrs) and walk him so I walk 3-4 miles a day. It is not fun.
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Customer: For 2 months.
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Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Health
Expert:  Anthony Bray, MD replied 1 year ago.


Right groin pain aggravated by walking sounds to me MOST LIKELY to relate to your right hip joint. I advise that you follow up with an orhopedic specialist for this . Their physical exam can probably determine if pain is from the joint vs other causes. It may be arthritis of hip joint or other causes possible....

You may benefit from an anti-inflammatory regimen such as Aleve 1 tablet twice a day with food ( no problems with ulcers/ gastritis/ history of GI bleed / chronic kidney disease)

Supportive tests such as xrays are likely to be helpful to the diagnosis of your case ....

Not directly linked to prior fracture of left femur BUT possible that strain / altered gait in recovery might have some relationship...

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Anthony Bray MD