Groin Pain May Be Caused by Hernia

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What may cause a bulge in the groin?

Groin Pain May Be Caused by Hernia

Hernias are one of the most prevalent causes of groin pain. When an organ pokes past the wall that holds it in place, a hernia forms. Inguinal hernias involve the protrusion of the inguinal canal near the genitals. This type of hernia is the most common reoccurring form of its type. When this protrusion occurs, chronic groin pain is often a result. The most common causes of hernias are natural weakness, excessive or improper lifting, coughing too hard, or surgical problems.

The most common symptoms of a hernia are pain, discomfort, a bulge in the groin, weakness, and fatigue. Since there are many types of hernias, symptoms may sometimes vary depending on the type you may be experiencing.

Hernias should not be taken lightly. If you think you may be experiencing the symptoms of a hernia, it is important that you consult with a clinician for immediate medical attention.



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