SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS
The main symptoms of groin strain are pain and tenderness in the area. Other symptoms include:
- bruising or swelling of the inner thigh
- pain when a person raises their knee
- pain when a person closes or opens their legs
- the groin or inner thigh may feel warmer than usual
- muscles feel weak or tight
- limping or difficulty moving the leg
Pain can range from a dull ache to sharp pain. The pain will often be worse when walking or moving the leg. A person may also experience spasms in the inner thigh muscles.
Sources: Medical News Today
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WHAT THE COMMUNITY HAS TO SAY ABOUT THIS INJURY
Teddy Cohen– Adductor strain (groin pull) strengthened and stretched it for ab 6 weeks. You can start running before then but realize running isn’t gonna make it better, strengthening it will.