Gradual onset groin pain

The following injuries have the symptom gradual onset groin pain. Pain in the groin develops gradually. You are unlikely to be able to pinpoint a specific time when your injury occured.

Pelvic Avulsion Fracture

Pelvic Stress Fracture

A pelvic stress fracture is a hairline fracture of the pelvis bone. It is caused by repetitive impacts or forces, rather than one sudden impact or accident. Here we explain the symptoms and causes of

Gilmores Groin

Inguinal Disruption (Gilmore’s Groin)

Gilmore’s groin was first identified in 1980 by Consultant Surgeon Mr Jerry Gilmore, as a cause of longstanding, chronic groin pain. Symptoms Symptoms of Gilmore’s groin often develop and progress gradually over time and include:

Iliopsoas bursitis

Iliopsoas Bursitis & Inflammation

Iliopsoas bursitis and Iliopsoas tendon inflammation have similar symptoms of gradual onset pain, deep in the groin. The bursa is a small sack of fluid that reduces friction between the tendon and bone. Symptoms Iliopsoas

Osteitis Pubis

Osteitis Pubis

Osteitis pubis, also known now as pubic bone stress injury, results in groin pain originating from the pubic bones at the front of the pelvis. The pain can come on gradually and will likely be

Perthes’ Disease

Perthes’ disease affects children, most commonly boys aged between four and ten years old, but can also occasionally occur in younger children and teenagers. Tiredness and groin pain are two common symptoms, and they may

Hip bursitis

Hip Bursitis

Hip bursitis, also known as Trochanteric bursitis is inflammation of a bursa or small sack of fluid on the outside of the hip. Most cases of hip bursitis are caused by overuse and poor biomechanics,

Labral tear of the hip

Labral Tear of the Hip Joint

A labral tear of the hip joint is a tear to the cartilage lining of the hip joint, caused either by direct trauma, or gradual degeneration. Labral tear symptoms & diagnosis Symptoms of a labral

Slipped Femoral Capital Epiphysis

Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis

A slipped capital femoral epiphysis occurs when there is a fracture at the neck or top of the thigh bone causing hip pain. It is more common in boys aged 11 to 16 years old

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