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Apply ice for 10-15 minutes to the affected area a few times a day. Avoid aggravating the injury site. When there is a muscle strain, fibers have been torn in the muscle and the body needs to heal itself. Avoid straining this area by stressing it more to allow the healing process to occur.Can a strained groin muscle heal on its own?
Happily, a groin pull will usually heal on its own. You just need to give it some time and rest. To speed the healing, you can: Ice the inside of your thigh to reduce pain and swelling. Experts recommend doing it for 20 to 30 minutes every 3 to 4 hours for 2 to 3 days, or until the pain is gone.What are the symptoms of a pulled groin muscle?
The primary pulled groin symptoms are tenderness and pain in the area. Other symptoms might include: The pain you experience can go from being a dull ache to a sharp pain. It will often become worse when moving the leg or walking. You may also experience spasms in your inner thigh muscles.