Muscle, ligament or tendon sprain can cause groin pain in men, according to Mayo Clinic. Persistent use of the affected area may aggravate the problem. It is common in people who play football, hockey and soccer. More »

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Groin pain in men is often a result of injury or a pulled muscle due to sports, according to Mayo Clinic. Less common causes include kidney stones and diseases such as epididymitis and hydrocele. More »

The location of the groin area is at the crease lines where the legs meet the abdomen. The pubic area is between the groin area. There are many types of groin problems that a person can develop, such as groin strain or p... More »

Symptoms of inguinal hernia in men include a bulge on either side of the public bone, discomfort or pain in the groin area, and a feeling of dragging or heaviness in the groin, according to Mayo Clinic. Pressure in the g... More »

Methods to treat sciatic nerve and groin pain include staying active while avoiding the cause of the pain, applying a cold or hot pack, stretching, and taking pain relief medications, according to Mayo Clinic. If home ca... More »

A ligament injury, also known as a sprain, causes pain, inflammation and possible bruising, according to WebMD. The most common type of sprain occurs in the ankle, and it usually occurs when a person twists or falls in a... More »

The symptoms of a wrist ligament sprain include swelling, pain, weakness and bruising around the affected area, according to MedlinePlus. The severity of the symptoms depends on the grade of wrist sprain. MedlinePlus adv... More »

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