Groin Strain Symptoms

Do you have any symptoms of Groin Strain? Do you even know what they are? Learn more about each symptom of this condition below and what to do if you think you may have Groin Strain.


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Symptoms of Groin Strain

Symptoms include:

  • Pain and tenderness in the groin area
  • Stiffness in the groin area
  • Weakness of the adductor muscles
  • Bruising in the groin area (if blood vessels are broken)
  • Popping or snapping sensation as the muscle tears (possibly)


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What It Is
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Groin Strain Causes
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Groin Strain Risk Factors
Risk Factors
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Groin Strain Diagnosis
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Groin Strain Symptoms
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Groin Strain Complications
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Screening for Groin Strain
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Groin Strain Medications
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Groin Strain Prevention
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Groin Strain Treatment
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Groin Strain Care
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