Hip and Groin Pain
Numerous different conditions cause hip and groin pain. The groin is the area between the hips, the inner thighs, and the lower abdomen. Perhaps the most common cause is musculoskeletal in origin. Musculoskeletal issues begin in the bones, joints, or muscles. The most common cause will be hip osteoarthritis, commonly seen in patients over 45 yrs who have groin pain when walking and stiffness after moving.
Other conditions include Femoroacetabular Impingement (FAI), rheumatoid arthritis, simple strains/sprains, infections, fractures, and then conditions outside the hip like hernias, back pain, and rarely problems within the abdomen. Those that cause hip and groin pain are often sports injuries. Some internal health problems that cause this pain include a hernia, endometriosis, or a cystic lesion.
The cause of hip or groin pain is often dependent on your age and activity level but can also include family and medical history.
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