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Groin pain is a common and complex condition, caused by abnormal muscle forces acting on the joint at the front of the pelvis. There are several muscles that attach near this joint. Groin pain can be classified by which muscles are affected. These include adductor-related, iliopsoas-related, inguinal (or abdominal) related, pubic-related groin pain or hip-related groin pain. There may also be other causes of groin pain not covered by these five types. 

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