Groin pain refers to discomfort in the area where the abdomen ends and the legs begin. Although groin pain can be caused by different factors, presence of epididymitis and prostatitis indicate the bacteria infection is the cause for the groin pain.
Groin Pain and Prostatitis
Prostatitis, or prostate infection, is the major cause of groin pain. When prostatitis persists, the bacteria infection moves along the rear vas deferens and finally reach the epididymis. During this process, the vas deferens near the groin area get infected, swollen and hardened. Now the patient starts to feel the groin pain on both sides of the groin.
Groin Pain and Epididymitis
Epididymitis is the other source of groin pain. When the bacteria infection reach the epididymis, it causes swelling and hardening. The painful nerve sensation from epididymitis spread to the swollen vas deferens near the groin area. Now, the groin pain is felt on both sides of the groin.
Groin Pain and Prostatitis Treatment
Since groin pain is resulted from swelling of vas deferens and nerve sensation of epididymitis, cure on groin pain must solve the above problems. The prostatitis treatment in our clinic is effective on cure of prostatitis, swelling of vas deferens and epididymitis by a specialized injection of antibiotics and herbal medicine for bacteria infection and blockage.