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What can cause terrible hip pain that moves down to the groin?

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Dr. Robert Meislin
Sports Medicine

In brief: Hip pain

Evaluate the patient for a psoas (hip flexor) abscess; a direct, indirect or sports hernia; image the hip and rule out underlying arthritis.
Carefully examine the lower back and in a female ensure that there is no uterine fibroid, ovarian cyst or pid.

In brief: Hip pain

Evaluate the patient for a psoas (hip flexor) abscess; a direct, indirect or sports hernia; image the hip and rule out underlying arthritis.
Carefully examine the lower back and in a female ensure that there is no uterine fibroid, ovarian cyst or pid.
Dr. Robert Meislin
Dr. Robert Meislin
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Dr. John McDonald
Orthopedic Surgery

In brief: Tough one

Hernia, sports hernia (athletic pubalgia), labrum tear, hip impingement, hip flexor tendonitis, adductor muscle strain, hip arthritis, stress fracture, infection, tumor, and a many others.
Best to see an orthopaedic surgeon for an exam and an x-ray.

In brief: Tough one

Hernia, sports hernia (athletic pubalgia), labrum tear, hip impingement, hip flexor tendonitis, adductor muscle strain, hip arthritis, stress fracture, infection, tumor, and a many others.
Best to see an orthopaedic surgeon for an exam and an x-ray.
Dr. John McDonald
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