Causes of groin pain on both sides in men

Groin pain in men can be due to lesions in the abdominal cavity that cause visceral pain or involvement pain, such as appendicitis and ureteral calculi. Or pain due to lesions in the abdominal wall, such as inguinal lymphadenitis, hernia, spermatic syringomyelia, etc.
Exactly what the cause is, you need to visit the hospital and do some necessary auxiliary tests to confirm the diagnosis.

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