pain or other symptoms in the back, hip ..
The best way to determine if the hip joint is the cause of your groin pain is to lie down and have an examiner move your hip through different motions. If this replicates your symptoms of groin pain, then the hip joint is likely the cause of these symptoms. Groin pain also can be caused by muscle pulls (groin strains), hernias, and pinched nerves in the back and the conditions listed below:
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The disk is composed of two parts; the soft center (nucleus pulposus) and the surrounding tough, fibrous outer ring (annulus). A herniated disk is one in which the tough outer ring tears (annular tears ) and allows the soft center to protrude or bulge. Bulging is an early sign of wear and tear of the disk. A ruptured disk is when the nucleus pulposus pushes through an annular tear. Even a small amount of disk material in a small spinal canal can cause significant symptoms by pressing on the nearby spinal nerve causing weakness, numbness, and pain all along the nerve. The amount of pain can range from mild to severe and be made worse by walking, bending, lifting, sneezing, coughing, and straining.
Groin pain is often a sign of problems within the hip joint. Pain within the hip joint is most often, but not always, experienced in the groin. Pain over the outside of the hip is usually not caused by a hip joint problem and is more commonly related to hip bursitis or a pinched nerve in the back. Patients with hip problems also often complain of groind pain. This is called "referred pain," and it is due to the organization of nerves in our body.