Briefly who I am: I'm an 18 year old male in good shape, exercising multiple times per week - running and playing casual sports. No health conditions that I'm aware of.
Just 2 days ago, I noticed immense pain in the groin region, specifically where my right leg meets my lower abdomen, only when the skin is moved in certain ways. It's hard to describe the pain, but it's only temporary and almost like a burning sensation. For 5 seconds or so it feels like fire is being applied straight to the groin, but 20-30 seconds later it's almost non-existent. Walking around might cause a little discomfort here and there, annoying, but not painful. There is absolutely no discoloration or rash, just pain.
I'm not sexually active and the pain occurred almost out of no where - I hadn't exercised that day and I was just at home sitting at my computer when I noticed it.
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Is it sensitive skin or something else?