Groin and pelvic pain in females can be caused by menstrual cramps, ovulation, ovarian cysts and fibroids, according to WebMD. More serious causes of groin and pelvic pain include a miscarriage, uterine or cervical cancer, an ectopic pregnancy or pelvic inflammatory disease.
Groin pain can also be caused by a hernia, intestinal or bladder disorders, nerve conditions and sexually transmitted diseases, explains WebMD. Females who have experienced an injury in the groin or pelvic area may experience pain as well. Kidney infections and kidney stones often cause groin pain as can appendicitis or a pelvic disorder.
Groin injuries often occur during activities such as recreational or sports activities, exercise, work-related tasks or motor vehicle accidents, explains WebMD. Overexertion while maintaining a home or performing manual labor can increase the risk of groin or pelvic injuries.
Women with groin or pelvic pain often experience pain during intercourse, vaginal discharge, spotting or bleeding, worsening of menstrual cramps, and constipation or diarrhea, according to WebMD. Some women have difficulty or pain while urinating, along with fever, chills and blood within bowel movements.
The treatment regimen for groin or pelvic pain depends on the cause or source of the pain, explains WebMD. Infections, illnesses and disorders may be treated with antibiotics, whereas strains to the groin area may be treated with rest and ice.