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Groin Tumor Symptoms
"tumor" literally translates as "mass", so even a fresh bruise could be called a "tumor". Doctors use the term "neoplasm" (tranlates literally as new growth) to describe tumors that are abnormal growths of cells. These may be benign or malignant; "malignant" = cancer. In everyday usage, we use "tumor" ...Read more
A lot depends: On size and consistency of these nodes, and whether they fit in contwext with the rest of your history. Past and current infections, drugs, as well as potential malignancies are in the 'differential', so you have 'doctor' not 'internet' for solutions. ...Read more
I have this lump on my groin area, it is about 2cm long. I can feel it and it is hard and moveable. I am wondering if it is tumor?
I have a huge hard mass in my rt. Groin 16x15cm extending to rt thigh. When the tumor doubled it's size in 08/13, i began having severe lymphedema.
Are all lymph nodes in the groin area, what most doctors call benign tumors, felt by lightly pressing the area?
No, and no: Lymph nodes are not tumors. An enlarged lymph node is not a benign tumor, though because there are no benign tumors of the lymphatic system, we may call it "benign". The vast majority of groin lymph nodes are not palpable. When I was a barefoot-summers kid, I got big groin nodes whenever it was nice out. Life's to hard already to worry about each lymph node that comes up. Relax. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'm 49 yr old male had hip resurfacing w complications w pseudo tumor groin pain ect.Had hip revised still have hip pain n groin pain .?
Yes: But the pressure would need to be on sciatic nerve in the pelvis. ...Read more
Hard lump/nodule in groin where right leg and scrotum meet for 3 weeks and without pain. Is this a cancer tumor?
3wks have pain feels like bruise right hip waist side of back into groin and inner thigh feels little better laying down I'm scared it's ovarian tumor?
Symptoms are vague: Difficult to say what this might be from but it certainly sounds worthwhile and reasonable to get an OBgyn exam possibly with an ultrasound to see. There can be many many causes, benign as well malignant, that give the symptoms you describe ...Read more