Your groin pain sounds like a trapped nerve that is only being pressurised when you sit in a certain position.
A trapped nerve is often caused by wear and tear in the spine, which causes nerves in the spinal cord to be pinched or squashed.
You should feel reassured that the scans have not shown anything serious, and also that the symptoms are stable (not worsening) and episodic (they come and go).
I think it would be worth seeing a neurologist, a specialist who works with conditions that affect the brain, spinal cord and nerves, among other areas.
They could give you a second opinion and find out if there are any other tests that need to be done.
Answered by the Health at Hand nurses
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