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johnny
RE: Anyone ever had a "Sports Hernia" aka: "Sportsman's hernia", "Gilmore's groin", or &
guessing, but sounds like a sports hernia. like you, i had the same pains. pain also in perineum kicked in after 4 or 5 months of the initial pains in groin and abdomen after my accident.
you should start to see a phys therapist that deals with trigger points and myofascial release. sounds like you have other muscles that reorganized themselves to make your body work ok without using the muscles that you damaged in your injury. compensatory changes can yield lots of pain, trust me, i know from experience.
check out rolfing- read as much as possible about it. you will learn a lot about imbalances and will probably even see similar imbalances that match your painful setup.

i went through massive compensatory changes before my sh surgeries due to the fact that it took me 1.5 years before diagnosis. i also had knee pain for years before the sh kicked in full force, and testicular pain a few times for a few years before the initial sh blow-out (the testicle hurt after heavy activity). was a sign that my body was trying to adapt to injuries that were not being tended to. with the trigger pt/myofascial treatements, i managed to get about 60% better before my sh were even diagnosed. started my recovery ahead of time, i guess.

anyhow, your symptoms mimic what i went through. get on it before it gets worse. i went to muschaweck in germany, and i think i made a great choice, even without insurance coverage, it would still cost less for me, and she is the least invasive in the world.

hope it helps

john

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