Since individuals vary widely in terms of their pain tolerance, it is difficult to clearly define what constitutes moderate pain. Nevertheless, this is one of the primary indicators doctors use to categorize the severity of a groin pull. A partial groin muscle rupture occurs when the muscle has torn between 25 and 95 percent of the way through. In this case, you'll feel a sharp pain in your groin as you try to move your leg around. With a 90-percent tear, the pain is less than with a full rupture. In the case of a 25-percent tear, the pain will be sharp, but tolerable, and the healing process will be much easier.
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