A pulled groin muscle occurs in the groin area, but may also extend to the inside upper thigh, according to WebMD. Symptoms include significant pain in these areas, pain when lifting the knee and pain when closing the le... More »

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Pulled groin muscles are diagnosed alongside symptoms of pain and tenderness in the groin area, stiffness in the groin area, swelling, bruising, popping and snapping sensations, and general weakness in the adductor muscl... More »

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With plenty of time and rest, pulled groin muscles typically heal on their own, explains WebMD. To speed up the healing process, however, sufferers can ice the inside of their thighs, compress the affected thigh with an ... More »

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To help a strained groin muscle, place ice inside of the thigh, compress the thigh, take anti-inflammatory painkillers, and perform stretching and strengthening exercises, recommends WebMD. Rest the area, which may requi... More »

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The treatment for a strained groin typically includes an application of ice to the inside of the thigh for 20 to 30 minutes every three to four hours to reduce pain and swelling, explains WebMD. Anti-inflammatory pain re... More »

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Symptoms of an inguinal hernia in the groin area include a bulge that develops in the scrotum or groin area that develops slowly or comes on suddenly following exertion, groin pain and a burning sensation in the affected... More »

A pulled muscle indicates damage to tendons attached to a muscle or to the muscle itself, according to WebMD. A pulled muscle can also experience tearing of the muscle fibers and tendons, which can cause damage to blood ... More »

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