Question by  bthshubby (15)

What causes pain in the lower left groin area?

What could it be?


Answer by  dkulze (160)

It is very possible that this is a hernia. This is a tear in the muscles of the abdomen, which hold in our internal organs. Stress from a cough, lifting, twisting, or other actions can cause the muscle to tear, requiring surgery to correct.


Answer by  km8738 (1917)

Pain in the lower left groin can come from an over-extension or a pulled groin. They are very slow healing injuries, but the pain should subside over time. The best way to avoid there injuries is to stretch your groin muscles on a daily basis. If they are generally loose, then future pulls are less likely.


Answer by  bubbyboy (9929)

This area is a popular site for hernias. You could also have a torn muscle. You should have your doctor check this out because a hernia is easily corrected nowdays.

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