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Updated on April 20, 2010

It is very common that people feel pain and discomfort in the groin area: it is the place were the abdomen ends and legs begin. Men have more sensitive groin area and they more often developed health problems there, due to the difference in anatomy (more sensitive position of sexual organs) and at least in the younger days more intensive physical activity (sports, heavy lifting etc.)

The most common reasons of pain or discomfort in that area are:

  • Muscle pull
  • problem with hips
  • Hernia
  • Enlarged lymph glands
  • Kidney stone
  • Inflamation of the testicle
  • Problem with prostate

Groin pain from a groin muscle pull or strain & natural cure & prevention

The most common cause of groin pain is a muscle pull that causes localized pain in the inner thigh, or groin. Such injuries usualy occur during a sudden change of direction while running and quick starts and stops.

The best treatment is is to take rest for few days, to protect the injured tissue from furter injury, to appy cold compresses for some time, and after pain stops start gradualy with light masage and gentle motion of muscles. It is also good to use gels or creams for sport injuries, and apply them, so muscles can get healed more quickly. Vitamin/minerals (especially Magnesium and B-vitamins help regenerate muscles and nerves more quickly.)

For any kind of injury I usually use homeopatics, they help me walk normally the next day after injury, and also they prevent bigger injuriess, because they keep muscles, ligaments and other tissues in great condition. I have found two great products from the Native remedies, RealHeal Massage Oil and RealHeal homeopathic tablets, which are something similar to the remedies I take, so if you need them, you can order them through the

The regular exercizing is great for stregthenin the groin muscles, especially if you like sports, or you lift havy things. Below are also two videos, which suggest some exercizes which can prevent groin injuries...

Pilates mini work out

Groin musles injury prevention /exercize rehabilitation

Hernia - Inguinal Hernia

Inguinal hernia most commonly occurs because of big pressure within the abdomen, which has to come out somewhere. Weak spot is usually iguinal canal,in men the place where the spermatic cord enters the scrotum. The protion of the small intestine enters the inguinal canal, due to the weakening of the abdominal wall.

Big pressure within abdomen occurs because of overweight, constipation, havy lifting, fluid in the abdominal canal. Weakening the abdominal wall happens because of previous injuries, aging, havy caughing...

When inguinal hernia occurs, there is a swelling in the groin area, when person stands up.

What is hernia? Video clip -explanation

Hernia -Femoral Hernia

Second place where can hernia occur to cause problems in groin area, is femoral canal, an opening near the inguinal canal where the femoral artery, vein and nerve pass through. Women more likely develop femoral hernias.

Sometimes hernias can be pushed back in abdomen, especially when they are small, sometimes not. Sometimes they are painles, sometimes intestine get stuck and twisted and causes a lot of sickness and pain.

If not treated, hernias  become larger and can cause an inflammation,  it is nessessary to visit your doctor.

Surgery is very often a solution to treat hernias.


Hernia surgery: laparoscopy

Hernia repair inguinal surgery

Naural cure of hernia

When hernia occurs, if it is still small, there are also some natural ways for healing the problem, or at least to give it a try.

New hernia can occur even after surgery, so it is better to prevent new problems, natural remedies are regenerating tissues, and also help to quickly recover after surgery. Natural remedies are also prevention, to strenghten the abdominal wall, which weakeness occurs because of aging.

I have found two great products. One is herbal, one is homeopatic. They might be of big help to solve the problem or stop further tissue deteriorarion, or help tissue to quickly recover after surgery, but the best is to use them to prevent the problem.

Herbal remedie Hawthornia

Hawthornia relieves most symptoms of groin, femoral, and inguinal hernias, and some of umbilical hernias. It prevents from surgery, which is most common solution to the froin problems. Hawthornia is especially effective in the early stages of occurrence

Main Ingredients: The 11 ingredients which make up Hawthornia are: hawthorn, fennel, citrus seed, litchi seed, China-berry fruit, peach kernel, corydalis tuber, three-nerved spicebush, nutgrass flatsedge, kelp, and oriental water plantain. With a special process these natural herbs are combined together to produce a synergistic effect to strengthen the lower abdominal organ support muscles and tendons. Thus, the symptoms of hernias are relieved. These herbal remedies have been widely used in China over hundreds of years with no side effects. Main Actions: The herbs work synergistically to strengthen the organ support muscles and tendons in the lower abdominal region. Internal organs such as the intestines are supported by the strengthened muscles and tendons and return to their correct position in the lower abdomen. This reduces the possibility of the organs falling into any opening on the body wall; therefore the painful symptoms of hernias are alleviated.

Hawthornia for healing early hernia , buy the remedy through the linke here:

Homeopathic remedie for tissue regeneration

Realheal regenerates the tissues in the body, so it is very helpful for strengthening the abdominal wall.

It also helps body to recover quickly after surgery.

RealHeal Benefits:

  • To support the natural healing process of the body
  • To support healthy bones, cartilage, muscle, and connective tissue


  •  Arnica D6 is a highly respected natural ingredient and is widely recommended for joint, bone, cartilage and tissue health.
  • Meadowsweet is an herb which has been used for centuries by herbalists. Modern science reveals that this herb contains salicylates, which account for its soothing benefits. It has  antioxidant properties
  • Magnesium phosphoricum D6 (Mag. Phos) is a biochemic tissue salt found naturally occurring in the body. It has a positive effect on the muscles and an excellent soothing benefit.
  • Symphytum officinale (comfrey) contains allantoin - a chemical which supports bone, cartilage and muscle health. This explains why comfrey is commonly called 'knitbone' by traditional healers.
  • Matricaria recutita C6 is known for its soothing and tonic effect on systemic well-being.

Proven exercizes to help heal hernia without surgery

Hernia belt is support which reduce symptomes of hernia, it relieves pain and discomfort. Higly recommend to were it, because it support muscles of the abdominal wall, so problem cannot progress.

You can by hernia belt through the link here

YOGA EXERCIZE to relieve the tension in the hips and groin increasing flexibility in the knee and ankles while stretching out the spin.

Hip joint and groin pain

Hip joint can also cause groin pain


Groin pain is often a sign of problems within the hip joint. Pain within the hip joint is most often, but not always, experienced in the groin.This is called "referred pain," and it is due to the organization of nerves in our body.

The best way to determine if the hip joint is the cause of your groin pain is to lie down and move your hip through different motions. If this makes your groin painfull, then the hip joint is the cause of these symptoms.

Hip pain is common problem, and it can be confusing because there are many causes.. If you have hip pain, some common causes include:artrosis, osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, septic arthritis (infected joint), gout...

My Mum (72) had healed problem with the joints and hips (artrosis) by taking Hyaluronic Acid Capsules for 3 months, then 1 month pause (she is taking them now each second month, and can walk with 73, without pain,for few miles. She is also exercizing regurarly.

My boyfriend had big problems with joints and hips (because of 50 punds overweight: he gained weight before met me and started too loose after, he, he), he healed that with diet and Hyaluronic Acid... And hiking. Man who could not walk for 500 m without pain, now has normal level of energy still few pounds to loose, but nothing important. Now is just few). His joints and hips are now healthy, sometimes we hike for 20-30 km in one day or two. Hyaluronic Acid is great for regeneration of the joints/hips problems...and also for regeneration of whole body cells and rejuvenation.

Hyaluronic acid is found in all of the body's tissue.Optimum levels of hyaluronic acid are essential for the health of the joints and cartilage, because is higly concentrated in the synovial fluid that bathes the joints and cartilage.

It is also great to take it in combination with RealHeal remedie,because is the great for regeneration of bones, cartilage, muscle, and connective tissue.

Pillates for hips

Prostate and groin pain

Location of prostate
Location of prostate
Prostate enlarged
Prostate enlarged

Groin pain and prostate

Different problems with prostate can aslo cause groin pain, it is often called chronic pelvic pain syndrome (or prostatitis). It is often caused by:

  • dysfunction of prostate due to the stress or aging, or connected with thyroid gland, it sometimes but not always commes together with urination difficulties and errectile disfunction. Anyhow, enlargment of prostate happens to almost all men, it can happen any time after 40.

My suggestion is to heal prostate naturally. Our bodies can regenerate, if we give it a try. I have found great remedies to help you to solve problems with prostate and groin pain connected with it:

Prostate Dr. and ProstateRelief from Native remeties, you can order trugh the link bellow.

ProstateDr. Promotes prostate gland health, plus urinary tract and immune system functioning


  • Epilobium parviflorum is recommended to support prostate health, for prostatitis and prostata enlargment,and has been the subject of clinical studies.
  • Sabal serrulata (Saw Palmetto) is an herb with plant sterols (including beta- sitosterol) as well as various fatty acids. Recently this herb has been studied for its possible properties associated with promoting male sexual health, and therefore the health of the prostate gland.
  • Hypoxis rooperi (extract of African Potato) is a plant that has been found to be genetically over 300,000 years old. Because of this, it has not been genetically modified or engineered, and its nutrient values are as high as and possibly greater than in modern vegetables. The supportive activity of Hypoxis rooperi on the immune system is ascribed to sterols and sterolins as well as phytosterol glycosides, (mainly B-sytosterol). This ingredient also supports the health of the prostate gland and testicles.

If problems of prostate are connected with urinary difficulties, take the ProstateRelief remedie as well, it is homeopathic:


  • Sabal serrulata (6C) is suited to the individual who experiences a frequent urge to urinate at night, experiences difficulty passing urine, and senses a feeling of coldness in the sexual organs. It is sometimes also used in lower potencies for urinary incontinence in older men. This remedy is made from saw palmetto that is also used as an herbal extract for the prostate.
  • Cubeba (6C) is suited to those who experience a ‘constricting’ feeling after urination, or experience the desire to urinate every ten or fifteen minutes. They commonly have unusual discharge, inflamed prostate and violet-smelling urine.
  • Chimaphila umbellata (6C) is often helpful when the prostate is enlarged, accompanied by urine retention yet frequent urges. The person may have the sensation that a ball is lodged in the pelvic floor, or may experience pressure, swelling, and soreness that are worsened during sitting.
  • Conium maculatum (6C) is formulated safely and has a full cycle of complementary and contrasting characteristics that embrace the physical, mental, and emotional domains. This remedy is suited to men who experience ‘stopping and starting’ of urine flow, defined by straining to expel the urine and stopping after becoming tired in the process. Without any pressure, urination starts again. Irregular muscular actions while passing urine may also be experienced.
  • Clematis (6C) is often indicated when swelling of the prostate seems to have narrowed or tightened the urinary passage. Urine usually emerges slowly, in drops instead of a stream, with dribbling afterward.

If prostate problem is combined with errectile disfunction, take the following remedie, is great for prevention as well:

Promotes strong erections, sexual arousal and energy, plus systemic balance in the reproduction system.

  • Epimedium grandiflorum (also known as Horny Goats Weed) is believed to help promote sexual desire and has been regarded for years in China and Japan as a ‘natural sexual stimulator’! It is believed to promote healthy seminal emissions and encourage systemic harmony of the prostate gland and seminal vesicles. Epimedium species have long been used as sexual tonics in Chinese herbal medicine to encourage sexual performance and healthy testosterone production thus promoting sexual energy, and overall well-being. (
  • Tribulus terristis has been studied for its ability to promote muscle health and strength and general prowess in the male body.
  • Eleutherococcus senticosis (also known as Siberian ginseng) has the ginsenosides, which greatly promote healthy blood flow to the brain and peripherals, including the penis. In oriental medicine, Ginseng is highly respected and prized as a herb which promotes male or 'yang' energy, aiding circulation, supporting natural vitality and acting as an overall systemic supporter. It can combat stress and is a supportive tonic for healthy adrenal hormones. In a recent study Siberian ginseng was shown to support stamina and fitness.
  • Sabal serrulata (also known as Saw Palmetto) has long been utilized by the Seminole Indians as a tonic to promote strength. Extracts from the fruit of this short, scrubby palm have been used historically to address urogenital health. Many modern clinical trials corroborate the ability of saw palmetto extract (SPE) to lessen the signs and symptoms of prostate conditions, for which it is a first-line treatment in much of Europe.
  • Smilax ornata (also known as Sarsaparilla) contains steroidal saparins which are thought to mimic the action of some human hormones. It is used as a supportive tonic to the male reproductive system and is thought to promote healthy routine production of testosterone and progesterone. It has also been studied for its ability to support performance.
  • Glycorrhyza glabra (also known as Liquorice) originates in the Mediterranean and the Middle East and has many uses, including being a supportive tonic for the adrenal cortex. It promotes the natural production of hormones such as hydrocortisone that has steroidal anti-inflammatory agents.
  • Kola vera (also known as Kola nut) The active constituents of this herb include tannins, proteins, additional phenolics and anthrocyanin (that are likely to provide antioxidant activity). In addition, Kola vera contains a unique constellation of Xanthines that are regarded as utilized elements to lessen common fatigue and support the body’s natural ability to rejuvenate and replenish it’s routine energy levels.

strengthenin the pelvis floor

Healthy diet, positive approach to the life and regular exercizing are very important to prevent any of mentioned problems.



How to choose appropriate remedies

Many people find difficulties when need to choose appropriate remedy or proper combination for themselves.

If you need professional help, I can do the personal research for you and offer you the most reliable assistance and long distance counseling. Price for consultation service is 50 US$. As an successful alternative healer for last 13 years, the combination of remedies (homeopathics, herbal etc) and therapy (diet, exercize or bioenergy) which I recommend and depending while consulting you and after analysing your overall health condition, will help you get healed for sure and will speed up your process of healing.

Please contact me for assistance on my e-mail:

I wish you all the best health possible!

Alternative healer and Reiki Master-Teacher

Tatjana-Mihaela Pribic




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      James 2 years ago

      please help me with human anatomy?21. Besides prtiectoon and support, the function sof the skeletal system include: (Points : 1) Manufacture of Vitamin D Aborption of certain chemicals and drugs. Hemopoiesis and hematopoiesis Sensory perception.22. If I bend over to tie my shoes, the trunk movement is called: (Points : 1) Pronation Adduction Flexion Circumduction23. A muscle that opposes another muscle's movement is called a(n): (Points : 1) Synergist Antagonist Agonist Prime Mover Protagonist24. connective tissue sac that acts as a cushinon where there is a lot of friction between a tendon and its attachment site. (Points : 1) Meniscus Synovial joint Bursa Ligament Aponeurosis25. The skeletal system is broken into the ___________________ divisions. (Points : 1) Axon and Axial Cranial and Appendicular Axial and Appendicular Cranial, Spinal and Extremities26. The long tubular portin (shaft) of a long bone is called the: (Points : 1) Periosteum Diaphysis Epiphysis Medullary Canal (Cavity)27. An example os a ball and socket joint in the body is: (Points : 1) The TMJ joint. The thumb The hip The Raciocarpal joint None of the above.28. Name the forearm bone that attaches to the carpal bones on the lateral side of the wrist in anatomical position. (Points : 1) Humerus Radius Ulna Metacarpal29. The muscle that encircles the eyes to help close them when contracted is: (Points : 1) Orbicularis Oris Platysma Orbicularis Oculi Frontalis30. This bone is made up of three bones which eventually fuse into one which supports the hip joint's acetabulum. (Points : 1) Femur Ilium Coxal Sacrum31. Which of the following is (are) abdominal muscles? (Points : 1) External Intercostal Internal Oblique Rectus Abdominus A and C B anc C32. The PNS contains all EXCEPT: (Points : 1) Motor/Efferent Neurons33. Which proceses (parts) or extensions of the neuron carry impulses to the cell body? (Points : 1) Axons Neurilemma Dendrites Myelin Sheaths34. The part of the Autonomic Nervous System that stimulates the digestive system is called the: (Points : 1) Somatic CNS PNS Sympathetic Parasympathetic35. The hypothalamus: (Points : 1) Connects right and left halves of the brain. Produces Cerebral Spinal Fluid (CSF) Is the innermost covering of the brain and spinal cord. Helps the ANS regulate vital functions like the heart rate, homonal release and water balance.36. The 31 pairs of spinal nerves are part of this nervous system division: (Points : 1) ANS CNS PNS Sympathetic Parasympathetic37. This progressive disease's cause is unknown. We suspect egentic, viral or environmental factors. It is characterized by plaques forming blocked connections to stored thoughts. What disease is this? (Points : 1) Poliomyelitis Parkinson's Multiple Sclerosis Alzheimer's38. The reflex act (arc) is: (Points : 1) Voluntary, conscious simple and slow. Involuntary, unconscious, simple and fast. voluntary, complex, unconscious and fast. Involuntary, complex, conscious and slow.39. What allows the neuron to communicate to its effector? (Points : 1) Neuroglia Neurilemma/myelin sheath Neurotransmitters Nodes of Ranvier40. The nerve cell that communicates between the afferent and efferent responses during a reflex act are called: (Points : 1) Neuroglia Association neurons Nodes of Ranvier Reflexive neurons41. Cerebral spinal fluid: (Points : 1) Connects the rigth and left halves of hte brain. Is a liquid shock absorber and transport for nutrients and wates of the nervous system. Is the excitation of the nerve cells and muscle fibers. Is the innermost fibrous connective tissue covering of the brain and spinal cord.42. Neurotransmitters (Points : 1) Carry electrical impulses from the peripheral nervous system to the brain. Line the cavity within the brain housing the choroid plexus. Are the chemicals released by the axon, helping the impulse across the synaptic cleft. Are part of the diencephalon that helps with the Autonomic Nervous System.

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      fred 3 years ago

      What a load of rubbish!!!!!!

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      Rajesh 5 years ago

      thanks !! many thing came to known from this

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      Jane 5 years ago

      I have a hernia and came across your website I have started the exercises hoping that I can avoid surgery since I do not like hospitals or alopathic medicine so I hope for a positive result

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      Joseph Asumadu 5 years ago

      Please, how do I get this product to buy I am interested.

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      Andme26 6 years ago from Earth

      great hub Tatjana thnks for sharing

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      DePuy Pinnacle Recall 6 years ago

      Thanks for sharing this great hub! I felt some relief of tension from my hips when I performed the butterfly exercise.

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      Tatjana-Mihaela 7 years ago from Zadar, CROATIA

      Thank you QP.

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      quuenieproac 7 years ago from Malaysia

      I learn so much here. Very comprehensive and good format! Congrats, well done.

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      Tatjana-Mihaela 7 years ago from Zadar, CROATIA

      Thank you KPCW.

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      Tatjana-Mihaela 7 years ago from Zadar, CROATIA

      Hi Carlene, please be so kind and contact me on my above mentioned e-mail. For consultations I also charge (like it is clearly mentioned above) Thank you for the visit and comment.

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      Carlene Robinson 7 years ago

      Hi my husband Anthony Robinson had hernia surgery in Jan 2010 and is now having prostrate problems his doctor said the hernia surgery has no bearing on his prostrate problems can this be true? He wasn't having problems before the surgery. Please respond to my email address thank you a worried wife Carlene Robinson

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      Tatjana-Mihaela 7 years ago from Zadar, CROATIA

      Thank you very much, Healthgoji.

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      healthgoji 7 years ago

      This is the most comprehensive hub on hernias - this is a good resource for this informaation.

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      Tatjana-Mihaela 7 years ago from Zadar, CROATIA

      Thank you, H4u2.

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      hypnosis4u2 7 years ago from Massachusetts

      This is an outstanding hub on the subject of hernias. Well researched and produced.

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      Tatjana-Mihaela 7 years ago from Zadar, CROATIA

      Thank you very much, FW.

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      freelancewriterva 7 years ago

      E#xcellent Hub. It was added to my collection.

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      brilliant 8 years ago

      Very good, detailed info, hubpages.. Appreciate the natural suggestions and the pictures. Well put together and I am grateful to have stumbled across this. Thanks!

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      Tatjana-Mihaela 8 years ago from Zadar, CROATIA

      Thanks for your kind comment, I appreciate it very much.

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      Doktor 8 years ago

      Extremly interesting subject,worth to read.many thanks.

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      countrywomen 8 years ago from Washington, USA

      ok I will do so shortly. I am running some tests for our deadline in the background.

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      Tatjana-Mihaela 8 years ago from Zadar, CROATIA

      I just wanted to suggest you to send me an e-mail...Waiting for it....

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      countrywomen 8 years ago from Washington, USA

      I hope google ends up keeping its end of the bargain. I have heard here at hub pages some hubbers who were reaching the payout period have had there accounts deactivated. I am fine and would send you an email. Life is too hectic but still trying to keep up with my friends. Hugs and love to you too :D

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      Tatjana-Mihaela 8 years ago from Zadar, CROATIA

      Hi, Cw,

      I was asking myself how are you these days, and finally here you are.

      I am very well, thanks. working plus investigating what is going one with the swine flu around the world, preparing few new hubs etc. plus working on my new website....

      Do not worry about ads - Gogle still did not send me my new PIN, so , I will have to ask them again. They have to pay me, so I believe that is the reason for delay, he, he, he....

      How are you?

      Hugs and love

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      countrywomen 8 years ago from Washington, USA

      Very nice pictures and good subject coverage. You really are an expert in medicine. Btw how are you? I have been a little behind lately and feel easier to go to forums but I have promised myself to read at least 3 hubs a day(to catch up with my favorite hubbers). I hope things are fine at your end.

      PS: Will do my 2 ad routine now ;)

      Hey Tatjana I only see amazon ads??

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      Tatjana-Mihaela 8 years ago from Zadar, CROATIA

      Well, I know few people who have hernia and live with hernia for years. They do not say it is so horrible, altough it must be healed. I wish you good health, thanks for your comment.

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      Kratom 8 years ago

      OMG... the picture look awful.. I hope this never happens to me.

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      Tatjana-Mihaela 8 years ago from Zadar, CROATIA

      Today, I received the following e-mail:

      Went to 4 surgeons and was told I tore a groin muscle, had mri and ultrasound done. They all say no hernia!Was told that muscle swelliing is visable on scans. I can can see a bulge( which they are telling me is muscle swelling). It has been 4 months now?Should I see a Rumatologist?Thank you for your time....

      I cannot send an e-mail, on the e-mail address from which the question is asked, so I will give my answer here:

      Hi, T.

      It is great is no hernia, much more easier is to heal the muscle, but it takes time...How old are you? How your injury happened?Are you in lot of pain?I do not see a lot of use for going to Rheumatologists, because they take care about the bones and spines, and you have problem with muscle.I would recommend you some type of hernia belt to immobilize your muscle and to take some natural remedies as RealHeal is, which I mentioned in my Hub. It is great for tissue-regeneration. But you need higher dose then usualy is, because this problem is not from yesterday. For more suggestions I would need more information.4 months is long period for your problem, are you putting any cold compresses on your muscle, actually, what are you doing to heal that?Kind regards,Tatjana -Mihaela

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      Tatjana-Mihaela 8 years ago from Zadar, CROATIA

      Which type of hernia does he have? And how does it look like (from outside?)

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      Shannon 8 years ago from New York

      Very helpful Hub! My huband HAS one of these hernias- and he says it is very painful, but he is the type to not go to the doctors... What can I tell him to do?

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      Tatjana-Mihaela 8 years ago from Zadar, CROATIA

      Thanks SweetiePie...I am glade you liked it....

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      SweetiePie 8 years ago from Southern California, USA

      This is a good comprehensive reference regarding these ailments. I will read it again later.

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      Tatjana-Mihaela 8 years ago from Zadar, CROATIA

      Thank you Ocbill, it is a great compliment.

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      ocbill 8 years ago from hopefully somewhere peaceful and nice

      very good hub , I had to add this to my favorites. I play tennis well and I like the natiral remedies and exercises..very informational

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      Tatjana-Mihaela 8 years ago from Zadar, CROATIA

      Thank you, Mr Nice, I do appreciate your comment very much.

      Love&Light&Peace to you...

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      Mr Nice 8 years ago from North America

      Wow excellent hub on this topic and good treatment advice.

      Love, Peace, & Light

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      Tatjana-Mihaela 8 years ago from Zadar, CROATIA

      Ha, ha, ha, thanks for "approval", Rockinjoe, but which one is yours? How can you prove that? ...he, he, he...Google is top secret Secret service, who gives away the photos of famous Hubbers for nothing. Shame, isn`t it?

      I hope you liked my article, and that your groin is well???

      Nice regards...

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      Joseph Addams 8 years ago from Standing right behind you!

      I don't know how you got the photo of my groin but you're welcome to use it. :)

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      Tatjana-Mihaela 8 years ago from Zadar, CROATIA

      Beleive me, VS, remedies in my country are much more EXPENSIVE. Through the links they are much cheaper...Native remedies are great, I agree with does not have price, staying ill is the most expensive, he, he....

      Thanks for your kind comment. 

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      VioletSun 8 years ago from Oregon/ Name: Marie

      Wow, you know your field of healing. I used to sell the Native remedies in my website but became too pricey after a while, yet they are very, very good. Thanks for reminding me and my mate to exercise.

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      Tatjana-Mihaela 8 years ago from Zadar, CROATIA

      Thanks Suzanne, these videos reminded me to do my exercizes more regurarly. Sitting in the frot of PC cannot help my hips, exercizes are really great. Thks for commenting.

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      justmesuzanne 8 years ago from Texas

      How icky! Thanks for all the info and the exercise videos! :)