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Can the obturator nerve cause rgroin pain?

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Dr. Seth Zeidman
Neurosurgery
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In brief: Yes

Patients with obturator nerve injury have possible numbness and pain radiating to their inner thigh and groin.
Adduction thigh weakness can occur (ability to move the thighs together), which causes gait and posture instability.

In brief: Yes

Patients with obturator nerve injury have possible numbness and pain radiating to their inner thigh and groin.
Adduction thigh weakness can occur (ability to move the thighs together), which causes gait and posture instability.
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