It took me many many hours of deft web searches to finally learn what I might have.
And yes, because the injury is "controversial" and not well known, you have but a few choices of qualified physicians to diagnose you.
But, as you'll read throughout this thread, you can pretty much self diagnose should you have recurring, chronic groin pain that doesn't subside even after resting for weeks or months. It comes back as soon as you start running, or playing your sport.
If you have this condition and it's on one or both sides of your groin, you may just have a tear. And tears of this nature struggle to reattach without surgical intervention.
There are two notables who can assess your injury properly...Meyers in Philly and Dr U.M in Munich. Sounds crazy to think there are only two (and I'm sure there are others who are lessor known), but these two have revolutionized surgeries that, for the most part, get even top athletes back to their sport.