Can a lower back injury also cause pain in the abdomen and groin area?

It may either . Directly or indirectly. A high disc injury such as l1-2 or l2-3 will refer pain to the lower abdomen/ groin region directly and an injury sustained to the back may also be an injury mechanism to the abdominal region creating pain in both areas. See your doctor to get evaluated.

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Will a lower back injury cause pain in the abdomen and groin area?

Yes. Severe low back injuries such as fractures in setting of motor vehicle accident or fall can damage the abdominal organs leading to abdominal pain and spinal cord or nerve (cauda equina) causing groin numbness. Groin numbness may be caused spinal lesions compressing the cauda equina nerves. Read more...

Could a lower back injury cause pain in the abdomen and groin area?

Yes. Generally lower back injury causes pain in back going down one or both of leg. But it is possible to injure the abdominal muscles especially if you have twistin force whil bending forward. So the answer is yes . Another reason could be increased abdominal pressur could lead to hernia as well . Hope this helps. Read more...

Could it happen that a lower back injury cause pain in the abdomen and groin area?

Back pain to groin. Yes. Injury to the back and lower discs may cause pain radiating to the groin/genital region. This is not usually pinched nerve pain, which sends symptoms down the leg and past the knee. So this is called discogenic pain. Rarely, disc problems in the upper lumbar or lower thoracic spine may cause pinched nerve pain to the groin or lower abdomen with associated numbness. Exam is helpful to id. Read more...

Can a lower back injury cause pain in your abdomen and groin area?

Yes. Low back injury can cause other muscles to overwork. And cause you to have an abnormal gait pattern. Abnormal use of your hip flexors to stabilize your pelvis and the lateral hip stabilizers (it band) can cause the groin pain. Back injuries can cause a lot of discomfort and result in abdominal pain, constipation and even emesis. Read more...