I have been experiencing a loss of sensation in my groin area for years. It seems to get worse when I get in car accidents and certain physical activities/movements, like using a leg press at the gym. Walking helps a bit, but it has been getting progressively worse for years.
I read another post that the supplement CoQ10 helps improve the lost sensation. I have been taking 200 mg/day for a few days, and have noticed a definite improvement (about 15% so far). Hopefully it will continue to improve.
I also had a loss of sensation in my scalp. My chiropractor used a spring loaded device that sort of thumps a specific point. That cleared up the issue immediately. He wasn't able to do the same thing in my groin. I guess my point is that it may have relieved muscle tension that was causing the loss of sensation.View Thread
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