I would recommend getting it checked out, but it could be a tightness issue with your hip flexors.  The hip flexors are muscles that begin in the lower back, at L2-5, and attaches to your femur.  When this muscle gets tight it can cause lower back pain and pain into the groin.  This muscle gets tight if you lift a lot or sit for long periods in low chairs.  Good luck.

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