A 18-year-old male asked:
i am experiencing groin pain, groin lump, groin and buttocks numbness, scrotum swelling, swollen abdomen, and constipation. i am not experiencing fever, abdominal pain, side pain, or nausea.
1 doctor answer
Dr. Robert Kwok answered
33 years experience Pediatrics
Doctor can evaluate: Groin lumps can be caused by infected lymph nodes, enlarged non-infected lymph nodes, skin cysts, abscesses in the skin, etc... A bigger lump might even be a hernia. One's primary care doctor can evaluate to see what it might be, and offer advice on treatment or testing. A video consultation (such as on HealthTap) can partly suffice, but an in-person exam is needed at some time.
Answered on Dec 27, 2019
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