Hello, Before resorting to any treatment for groin pain, it is recommended to get the actual cause diagnosed. However, patients experiencing pain due to a muscle pull or minor injury
can practice some muscle-strengthening or warm-up and stretching exercises to relieve the pain. Get plenty of rest. Do not indulge in any strenuous activity or sports. Using an ice compress on the affected area two to three times a day will help. Wear comfortable but supportive inner wear or shorts. For mild pain, over-the-counter painkillers or anti-inflammatory medicines may also help.
Men with more intense causes and underlying health problems related to groin pain should undergo a proper medical examination for necessary treatment. After a thorough diagnosis supported with tests like ultrasound
, blood and urine tests, scans, etc., proper treatment can be suggested.