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What would be the reason for sharp pains in the upper groin area?
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In brief: Sharp groin pain
More likely to be musculo-skeletal (eg "groin pull") in origin.

In brief: Sharp groin pain
More likely to be musculo-skeletal (eg "groin pull") in origin.
Dr. Stephen Chinn
Dr. Stephen Chinn
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In brief: Possible hernia
Pain in the upper groin could be a hernia, muscle pull, constipation, bladder spasms, or referred pain from a kidney stones or back pain.
Exam by your urologist is needed.

In brief: Possible hernia
Pain in the upper groin could be a hernia, muscle pull, constipation, bladder spasms, or referred pain from a kidney stones or back pain.
Exam by your urologist is needed.
Dr. Michael Louie
Dr. Michael Louie
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