You should see your doctor. Given your history, you need to be evaluated with an ultrasound and possible more imaging. First thing would be a physical exam to see if there is anything obvious.
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Bilateral groin pain is not a typical symptom of DVT. The way to prove the diagnosis would be with a venous duplex ultrasound. Also a negative d-dimer blood test is strong evidence that there are no clots.
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