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Hi Doctor, I am a 34 yrs old female and I recently noticed

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Hi Doctor, I am a 34 yrs old female and I recently noticed a vibration in my groin area, what could be the cause of this kind of condition?
Submitted: 3 years ago.
Category: Medical
Expert:  Dr. Phil, MD replied 3 years ago.

Dr. Phil, MD :

Hello. I'm Dr. Phil, licensed and practicing internist. Excellent service is my goal.

Dr. Phil, MD :

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Dr. Phil, MD :

Hi I'm Dr. Phil

Dr. Phil, MD :

Can i ask your first name?

Customer: Hi Dr Phil
Customer: My name is Jules
Dr. Phil, MD :

Hi Jules

Dr. Phil, MD :

Nice to meet you

Dr. Phil, MD :

Where exactly in the groin?

Customer: Same here
Dr. Phil, MD :

where exactly is this vibration?

Customer: My groin area
Dr. Phil, MD :

any other symptosm?

Dr. Phil, MD :

symptoms?

Dr. Phil, MD :

pain, tingling, numbness?

Customer: No pain,tingling or numbness
Dr. Phil, MD :

okay can you see the vibration if you look at it?

Customer: No I cant
Dr. Phil, MD :

any injury that triggered it?

Customer: I just feel it
Customer: None at all
Dr. Phil, MD :

okay this sounds like a muscle spasm to me

Dr. Phil, MD :

these are common

Dr. Phil, MD :

It doesn't sound like anything serious though

Customer: I noticed some days ago while sitting but surprisingly now,lying down I feel it
Dr. Phil, MD :

I don't think it is anything serious

Dr. Phil, MD :

A pinched nerve or muscle spasm probably

Customer: How do I get it to stop?
Dr. Phil, MD :

I would try stretching

Customer: It's a big worry for me because I never had it before now
Dr. Phil, MD :

I know it is concerning but I really think it is not serious

Dr. Phil, MD :

I bet it will go away by itsel

Dr. Phil, MD :

itself

Dr. Phil, MD :

try stretching and a heating pad on the area

Dr. Phil, MD :

I think it will get better

Customer: Ok
Dr. Phil, MD :

Was this helpful Jules?

Dr. Phil, MD :

Any more questions?

Customer: This means there's no scary health implications?
Dr. Phil, MD :

no, not at all

Dr. Phil, MD :

Of course you should see your GP when you can but I am not worried about it

Customer: I am curious about caused it to start in the first place
Dr. Phil, MD :

It could have been anything

Dr. Phil, MD :

A muscle pull or strain

Customer: Because I am a little heavy set
Dr. Phil, MD :

It is probably a pinched nerve then actually

Dr. Phil, MD :

just the weight and a muscle strain or moving the wrong way/sleeping the wrong way can do it

Customer: ok
Dr. Phil, MD :

Was this helpful Jules?

Customer: Yes I guess
Customer: Thank you Dr Phil
Dr. Phil, MD :

you're welcome :)

Dr. Phil, MD :

would you be so kind as to rate positive?

Dr. Phil, MD :

I would greatly appreciate it

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