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  1. Carol

    I had Total knee replacement 7 weeks ago. I have been doing prescribed exercises and 2 weeks ago developed crotch pain. I have stopped doing wall squats but still have pain. Anyone had similar experiences?

    1. Barbara

      Not sure what to think about what you’re saying. Are you doing bunches of squats? If you’re over 50, you might actually have arthritis in your hip. The hip joint is in the area most of us call “the groin.” So crotch pain??? Is that your groin? You could also be developing hip flexor tendonitis. That can cause groin pain. Needless to say, I can’t really speak to your situation. Groin/crotch pain is not normal, especially if it doesn’t go away. Go back to your orthopedic surgeon and tell him about it.

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