Pain in your groin could be caused by a number of conditions, especially those affecting the genitals, bladder, or ovaries, like kidney stones. If your pain is disruptive or persistent, speak with your healthcare provider. There may be underlying issues at play.
- Groin pain can be caused by a variety of factors, including muscle strains, hernias, infections, and certain medical conditions such as osteoarthritis or hip impingement syndrome.
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