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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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 in the left groin area may indicate a ligament, tendon or muscle strain, according to Mayo Clinic. Groin pain is typically a result of an injury due to increased activity, exercise or participation in sports. More »

Groin pain or discomfort is a symptom of an inguinal hernia, according to WebMD. Many hernias do not cause pain at all, however. Other symptoms include a bulge in the groin or scrotum and increased discomfort when bendin... More »

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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 »

Treatment of pain in the groin depends on the cause, explains Healthline. Doctors recommend home treatment measures, such as resting and taking pain medications, for minor cases, including pulled muscles. Severe groin pa... More »

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Blood in the urine that is accompanied by abdominal pain may be caused by a variety of conditions, including cancer, kidney stones, obstructive uropathy, necrotizing vasculitis or a urinary tract infection, reports Healt... More »