Probably cannot walk properly. May get occasional sudden twinges of pain during activity. May notice swelling. Pressing in causes pain. Bending the knee against resistance causes pain. Might be unable to fully straighten the knee.
May be unable to walk. Exercise may cause moments of pain. There may be swelling. Pushing the injury will be painful. Straightening the knee against resistance causes pain. Difficulty fully bending the knee.
There will be pain where there has been impact. Swelling and bruising at the site of the injury. You may find movement is restricted.
Inflammation of the Rectus Femoris Tendon
The front portion of the hip may be painful both during and after training. Pressing the muscle at the top will be painful. Pain when you lift the knee up or straighten the knee against resistance. A straight leg raise is also likely to cause pain.
There will be a tightening of the groin muscles, prbably the day after competition. Normaly there will be a sudden sharp pain in the groin area or adductor muscles. Bruising or swelling (this might not occur until a couple of days after the initial injury). Inability or dificulty in contracting the adductor muscles (squeezing the legs together or possibly lifting the leg out in front).
There will be an increase in pain when twisting, sprinting, running and turning. There may be soreness after playing sport. Groin pain the day after training / playing when turning or doing twisting movements for example getting out of a car. Coughing and sneezing may also cause groin pain. In approximately 30% of athletes the injury comes on suddenly but most state that it is a gradual overuse injury.
There will be pain in the groin at the top of the adductor muscles. This may radiate down the leg. Specific points on the bone in the groin may be painful. Pressing the legs together against resistance may be painful. Have difficulty in running especially sprinting.
You will probably have a restricted range of movement. When using the muscle there may well be pain. You will probably feel a hard lump in the muscle. An X ray can show bone growth.
The symptoms are pain in the groin when you exercise or even cough and sneeze.
Groin pain when running, doing sit-ups and squatting. Groin pain may develop gradually and be mistaken for a muscle strain. In bad cases you may walk with a waddling gait.
The child complains of tiredness and pain in the groin and sometimes in the knee. Pain can be felt in the knee only even though the disease only effects the hip.