Does a Woman Have a Groin Muscle?

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Women have groin muscle. When a woman experiences a pulled groin muscle, the symptoms can range from mild discomfort to severe pain and an inability to walk. Women who experience pain when contracting their adductor muscle may have a pulled groin muscle.
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