According to Caring Medical and Rehabilitation Services, groin pain in women can be caused by several factors that include injury, ovarian cysts, urinary tract infections, yeast infections and arthritis. Treatment for gr... More »

Pain felt on the left side of the body can mean an enlarged spleen, a heart attack, a kidney problem, an ovarian problem or shingles. These diseases are described by Mayo Clinic, the National Heart, Lung and Blood Instit... More »

Groin pain is caused by a number of factors, including muscle strain, an inguinal hernia and kidney stones, reports Healthline. Contact a doctor immediately if the pain spreads, or if there is blood in the urine. More »

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Possible causes of right side groin pain in women include arthritis, hip fractures, tendinitis and bursitis, according to Everyday Health. Hernia, gynecological and back issues may also be responsible for right side groi... More »

Premenstrual syndrome can cause groin and abdominal pain in women, according to Mayo Clinic. In addition, PMS can cause breast and muscle soreness, bloating, fatigue and mood swings. More »

The signs of menopause include sleeping problems, night sweats, hot flashes, low sex drive, vaginal dryness that causes pain, mood changes and urinary tract infections. The first common symptom that many women experience... More »

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Most women experience painful periods when the womb's muscular wall contracts and presses against the blood vessels, which, in turn, restricts the flow of oxygen to the womb, causing pain that can spread to the back and ... More »