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Hit Groin Baseball Cancer
I'm 55 years old and noticed a lump in my scrotum after being hit in the groin during pick-up game of baseball? Could this be testicular cancer or am I too old for that?
I have a knot under my left arm started out the size of a quarter now its the size of a baseball could it be a fatty tumor and is that cancer?
I had an "abnormal" xray taken yesterday. It shows a baseball sized mass in my right lung. Any chance it's not cancer?
Phones and CA: Several studies have looked at cellphone use and CA. The largest which followed Pts for 20 years showed no increase in brain tumors. Other studies are on going... but the consensus now is that phones do not pose much of a risk for brain tumors. There is no data to even look at in regards to CA in the groin area. There are plenty of other things to avoid that we know cause CA, like smoking... ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Groin cancer?: I assume you are referring to enlarged nodes in the groin and whether they can be cancer. The answer is yes, lymphomas and other cancers starting in the extremities or pelvis can go to the groin (inguinal) nodes. However, many other inflammatory or infectious problems can enlarge those nodes as well (that ain't precisely a clean area). See a doc to be evaluated properly. Best to you. ...Read more
Lymphoma: Lymphoma certainly increases with age, for example, from age 20 to 24 years, the rate of non-hodgkins l (nhl) is about 2.5 cases per 100, 000 population, from age 60 to 64 years, the rate increases to 44.6 cases per 100, 000 population, and from age 80 to 84 years, the rate increases to 119.7 cases per 100, 000 population. Most enlargement is due to infection or "reactive, " but see doc if need be. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Thanks for asking!: Groin pain can be a symptom of ovarian cancer, although it is not a typical symptom. More common causes of groin pain include hernias, muscle strain, kidney stone, urinary tract infection, and others. If groin pain does not resolve within a few days, it is recommended to have it evaluated by a physician. ...Read more
Im 17y. i have elongated lumps both side of my groin and under them smaller lumps bigger lumps 2-3cm smaller 1cm.i can move them.cancer? not painful
See doctor: Bilateral lymphhnode enlargement needs to be investigated. It could be due to infection and tumor of lymph glands cannot be excluded from what you described. Please consult your doctor. ...Read more
Is lumps both side groin sign of cancer or is it usually something else. I have had these lumps maybe 2 month. Painless. Hard and they move. 2cm. Im18?
Lymph nodes: They are normal unless they are obviously very large or matted to surrounding tissues. I used to get them every summer from going barefoot. ...Read more
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