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Groin pain during period, done MRI. Could it be arthritis?

Hello Ive had this pain in my groin area ( where my thigh meets my hip) a few days before my period and during and a couple days after. This has been going on for a couple years now. The pain is very sharp and painful. Sometimes the pain is so severe that when i walk i feel like my hip moves out of place. Years ago i seen an ortho and had an mri done and all i was told is that it was arthritis . I have arthritis in other areas of my body and it doesnt compare to the groin pain. I was researching symptoms and found that it could be related to gyn. Please give me some insight on this matter. Thanks Kristina
Asked On : Sat, 20 Oct 2012
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From the symptoms it is likely your pain is due to conditions related to uterus, tubes,ovaries .
Some pelvic inflammation most probably is the reason
Since you are having arthritic pain also may be the simultaneous menstrual pain is aggravating the arthritic pain .
Best will be to get a gynecological check up and investigations done as suggested after clinical examination .
Hope you get relief from your pain

Answered: Sat, 15 Dec 2012
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