I do very much worry about the ignore it and do something else type of advice.
If it's an issue that you can't perform, what is a very natural, movement for the human body then that's something you really should try and figure out. If it's tightness, weakness, lack of mobility or whatever else then that WILL come around to bite you in the ass later on if you don't address it.
Like I said in my original post here, figure out the cause and usually the movement which causes pain can also fix it when done using therapeutic doses.
Figure it out, DON'T ignore it. That's cookie cutter advice which is short-sighted and at worst dangerous.