What Can Cause Pain in the Groin Area?


The common causes of groin pain are skin infection, enlarged lymph glands, hernia, testicular torsion, urinary tract infection, kidney stone, inflammation of intestines and kidney cell tumour. Groin pain is a sharp pain, which causes discomfort in the lower abdomen.
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Groin pain is the discomfort in the region where the abdomen ends and the legs begin. This pain can be caused by numerous factors including inflammation of the large or small intestine, urinary tract infection and muscle strain. Treatment depends on the cause and you can consult your health care provider's recommendations.
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