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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 »

Icing the groin, compression, anti-inflammatory medication and physical therapy are common treatments for a pulled groin, explains WebMD. Time and rest usually help a pulled groin to heal on its own. More »

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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