Thanks for your query.
Your description suggests that you are getting cramps in the groin muscles.Cramps are painful spasms in a muscle and are often caused by overuse, dehydration
, or nutritional deficiencies.
Following measure will help-
*Drink fluid-An electrolyte imbalance
can be the cause of muscle spasms, so rehydrating with an electrolyte drink can help restore balance.
*Stretch the affected muscle with a mild, static stretch.
*Use ice to numb the pain in a cramp, reducing inflammation and allowing the muscle to relax.
*Bring the affected muscle into a relaxed position and apply direct compression to the cramp.
I do hope that you have found something helpful and I will be glad to answer any further query.