A 29-year-old female asked:
I have a lump on my inner thigh very close to my groin. it is pea size, hard, visible in certain positions, gets painful if i touch it. what is it?
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Internal Medicine 63 years experience
Thigh lump: If the lump is not within the groin, it most likely is not a lymph node. It may be an inclusion cyst, lipoma, or wen. If it is reddened and tender, then inflammation is present. A physician would have to examine it in order to diagnose it and advise you.
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