People with mild pulled groin injuries often experience discomfort, but with a short rest, they can usually resume regular activity. In more severe cases where the muscles tear, the injured person may experience swelling and bruising. Muscle tears can also lead to painful spasms. A typical sign of a pulled groin is the inability to bring the leg in towards the center of the body or walk without pain and weakness.
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