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Bump In Groin Area
Very big red bump in groin area. There is no head (like a pimple) been there for a week. What could it be and what should I do?
Yes: Lymph nodes in the right groin area are associated with your legs and genital area. Any type of inflammation or infection in those areas can cause your groin lymph nodes to swell. If you have an ingrown hair bump in your groin that is inflamed, it could be the cause. Other causes can include a sexually transmitted disease or even cancer. See a health provider to be sure. ...Read more
Dry skin rash with little white bumps in groin area, red bumps above genetalia, rash has spread to anus and butt cheeck, what could this be?
Lymph nodes: These are likely lymph nodes ("swollen glands") which are part of your normal immune system. If you just noticed them and they aren't bothering you and you have no other symptoms, then you can keep an eye on them and see what happens. If they hurt, are growing, you have fevers/rashes/vomiting/diarrhea/weight loss/headaches or any other symptoms, then see your doctor for evaluation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My boyfriend has these bumps in his groin area. They are kind of hard and you can move them around under his skin. They feel like knots. Any theories?
See a doctor: A doctor would need to examine him in order to diagnose them. The lumps could be a number of thing including swollen lymph nodes possibly from an infection. ...Read more
I have red bumps in my groin area that are appearing to crust over and then two sores on the right side of my public area what could this be?
I've had a bump in my groin area for about a year, recently a burning sensation. And in last two days it turned red and the bump Bigger and more pain?
Folliculitis: Folliculitis is inflammation of the superficial or deep portion of the hair follicle. Folliculitis may be infectious or noninfectious. The most common pathogen in infectious folliculitis is Staphylococcus aureus. The management of folliculitis varies based upon the etiology. Mild S. aureus folliculitis may resolve without medical treatment. Topical mupirocin, warm compress can be used initially. ...Read more
"Bump" vs "welt": Not sure that I understand what you mean about a 'bump' with a 'welt' over it, unless you mean that the skin over and around the 'bump' has firm texture. If this is the case you should seek medical attention as soon as you can. ...Read more
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