Why does my groin area click or pop when I open my leg outward?

Tendon. Snapping hip syndrome is a common phenomenon where the iliopsoas tendon snaps over a normal prominence on the upper end of your femur or leg bone.
Few choices. You may have a tendon snapping over the joint, or a torn labrum (cartilage) inside of the joint.

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Why does my groin area click or pop when I open my leg outward? And should I be worried about it if I constantly pop my groin as much as cracking my knuckles?

Evaluation needed. You may have a loose body in your hip joint or a slipped growth center. Further evaluation by a physician, preferable orthopaedic is advisable. Thanks for trusting HealthTap! Read more...