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SimonSmith
04-03-15, 00:03
If anyone in this here place has experience with athletic pubalgia (aka sports hernia) either as a sufferer or treater, could you DM me?

I think my year is done.

Phil E
04-03-15, 10:03
I thought I had one once and our Physio said the only way to check is for him to stick his finger inside you up the base of your p***s.

We decided to wait a bit and see what happened!!!!

He told me they are quite common and easily treatable. Doesn't usually stop you playing.

SimonSmith
04-03-15, 12:03
Fingers and other body parts crossed.

At the moment I struggle to walk 50 yards or stand up for any period of time.

Phil E
05-03-15, 10:03
Fingers and other body parts crossed.

At the moment I struggle to walk 50 yards or stand up for any period of time.

That sounds like more than a sportsman's hernia. Have you seen a doctor (make a sound like a rubber glove being stretched over a hand!)

SimonSmith
05-03-15, 18:03
X ray and contrast scan tomorrow. Updates will follow

Phil E
06-03-15, 09:03
Fingers crossed (no pun intended).

Lee Lifeson-Peart
06-03-15, 11:03
At the moment I struggle to walk 50 yards or stand up for any period of time.

I though that was in the job description for being a Scot!:biggrin:










Get well soon!

SimonSmith
06-03-15, 13:03
Droll. Well played

Lee Lifeson-Peart
06-03-15, 13:03
Droll. Well played

Cheers :biggrin:

3192

winchesterref
08-03-15, 09:03
Sounds like yours is sportsman's hernia plus the added bonus of adductor tendon tear?

SimonSmith
08-03-15, 14:03
You're a little ray of ****ing sunshine aren't you! :)

scans done, waiting for diagnosis....

winchesterref
08-03-15, 15:03
Fingers crossed for you!

Pinky
09-03-15, 22:03
Hope U feel better soon.

SimonSmith
11-03-15, 18:03
On the basis of a phone call from my Doc, who saw the X rays and Contrast CT - it's tendonitis (or tendinitis)

Which is better than I expected. Given the length of time I've been carrying it *cough* years *cough* I think the normal anti inflams and RICE isn't going to be the recommendation.

(And just before m'learned Medical People sigh too much) it started a long time ago as a pain that could come and go. Then the break between come and go got shorter and shorter until it is now pretty much permanent 'come'