A 42-year-old female asked:
I've had pain in my groin for about 1yr.what could be causing it?there's no lump or bump so it can't be a hernia, can it?
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Dr. Barry Rosenanswered
General Surgery 36 years experience
Hernia? Muscular?: Both hernias and pulled muscles in the groin may cause pain in the area you are describing. In general, a hernia is associated with a lump as well. However, a subtle hernia may occasionally be difficult to identify. I recommend scheduling an appointment with a general surgeon.
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