I've been having flare ups in the right groin towards the side and front and middle of back on the right side too, and I can point to the pain by pressing in each area, and in the groin area I have to move the leg in a certain way to point at the pain, and the back and sometimes right gluteus feel like numb. I had exams, blood, rheumathology, ultra sound of abdomen, ultrasound to check for stones in kidneys, hip x rays, and all came back clean luckily. However, I still have these pains and more in the right groin. Now about 4 days ago I started feeling pain in the left groin and started havin pain in the left heel (maybe a different problem) but now the heel pain seems to be going away. I don't know what kind of exams should I have now, it is very expensive but I want to find out what this is before it gets worst. Wkhat could it be? Could a Sports doctor be the right one?, or who?
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