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Hard Painful Lump In Groin
Pee sized hard lump in groin by panty line. What is it and what can I do to make it go away?? Very painful
??? Femoral Hernia: Consult MD, May also be lymph node
Night sweats, blurred vision lasting couple seconds sevareal times aday, hard lump in groin not painful, what could it be?
Female, 18. Lump in groin area: painless, firm but not hard, marble size and growing. It was first noticed about 5 months ago. What could it be?
Lymph node: Most of the time it is an inflammed lymph node - sometimes from a scratch on your leg, or from a cat. It is very rare for this lymph node to represent something like a lymphoma - a type of treateable cancer. As a precaution, you should see a doctor to check it given how long it has been around. Remember that this is still much more likely to be an irritated lymph node. Hernias tend to cause pain.See 1 more doctor answer
My 2 year old has 2cm hard lump in groin right side. It is movable and painless. He has no other symptoms. Could this be lymphoma at his age?
Should be checked: A 2 year-old with a 2 cm groin lump in a boy could be a lymph node or his testicle. A hernia or hydrocele (fluid-filled lump) is softer, not hard. If it's a lymph node the doctor will check for an injury or infection in the leg, as well as check for other enlarged lymph nodes. The doctor can also see if it's a skin cyst. Lymphoma is very rare in toddlers and should be in more than one lymph node.See 2 more doctor answers
Quarter size lump in groin. Seeing a dr monday. It doesn't hurt or isn't painful. Cyst. Hernia do both require surgey?
Lump: The lump could also be a lymphnode as well as a hernia or cyst
Hi my 3month old has got few problems at moment and under a consultant. He has a hard pea size lump in groin are what could it be should I go a n e?
Lump: Hi, is your baby a girl or a boy?See 2 more doctor answers
Hi I'm a little bit of a hypochondiac so am quite worried basically I have found a small fairly hard lump in groin near top of leg what could this be?
Hernia vs Lymph Node: It is either a common inguinal hernia or a swollen lymph node doing it's job to clean the blood stream of foreign matter.
I have a lump in groin area. I beleive its a cyst. Its painful, about the size of a grape. I have had these lumps (usually smaller) before and they us?
Lump groin: Yes most likely cyst based on previous history but get it checked out by a surgeon
Olive sized lump in groin noticed after a workout that eventually went away. It was under the skin and was not painful. Any thoughts what it could be?
Hernia?: Inguinal, or groin, hernias are holes in the abdominal wall through which abdominal contents such as fat or intestines can protrude. And appears as a lump under the skin. If and when the contents return to the abdominal cavity, the lump disappears. May it may not cause pain. You should get an exam by your primary care at the next available time on find out. Hope this helps!
25 y/o F. I have a lump in groin area btwn upper thigh and pelvic area. It is unmovable, approx 1 cm, painful even w/o touch, deep under skin.
Hard small slightly moveable lump in groin, doctor ordered ultrasound, I had ultrasound of testes previously which was clear im really scared. 19 male?
Don't be scared: It sounds like an enlarged lymph node, especially if it is moveable. An ultrasound of the lump will confirm this.
Experiencing pelvic discomfort and sore back pain during period (2 days now). Felt small, hard pea-sized lump in groin area. What could it be?
STD?: The pea sized nodule you are feeling may be a lymph node and it may be enlarged due to an infection. The pelvic pain and back pain may be due to cervix infection. Usually these things occur together in something like Chlamydia infection and/or gonorrhea. Typically acquired sexually due to unprotected intercourse with a new partner or a partner who has acquired the infection from somewhere.
Hernia? LymphNode?: Possible causes of a lump in the groin include a hernia, an enlarged lymph node, a lipoma, or an abscess. Each of these will have features on physical examination that will help determine the correct diagnosis; therefore, it is imperative that you make an appointment to see your primary care doctor to help sort this out. Good luck!See 1 more doctor answer
Pea-sized lump: The most common pea-sized (3-5 mm) lump in the groin area is an ingrown-hair which blocks up a hair follicle and enlarges as normal gland secretions can't get out. These will usually take care of themselves, as long as the hair follicle itself does not get infected from the irritation, in which case an antibiotic would be indicated. Another possibility is a lymph gland, but these are usually large.