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Knot On Groin Area
My 4 yr old daughter has knot in groin area and it is hot to touch and painful, what could this be?
Reactive lymph node: The lymph nodes are located all over the body & sift body serum & remove various particles, germs & debris. After a viral infection it is common for local glands(that may be the size of a pea at rest)to swell to the size of an almond or larger if they are working to clear debris.They can become infected and need antibiotics to assist in healing.See your doc for confirmation. ...Read more
I have swollen burning armpits, knots in groin area, lump in neck all blood work came back semi-normal(wbc slightly elevated)along with MRI sent to general surgeon, who couldn't explain why tests are normal, but primary has had me on steroids/anit-biotics
I have a knot in my groin area. Right beside my vagina. It hurts if I touch it it doesn't have a head on it and it changes in size. What could this be?
Pulled muscle can: impact the function of other muscles, including the groin area. Your doctor can assess and refer to another professional to help if needed. Peace and good health. I see that you experience panic attacks. Please watch your self-talk so your mind does not run away w/problems that may or may not be the case. ...Read more
Hernia?Lymph Nodes?: Commonest cause of a knot in the groin is from an Inguinal Hernia.That usually can be pushed in by keeping a gentle pressure on the knot/swelling. Other causes are swollen lymph glands He should make an apt with his Primary Care Doctor to find out what this knot is from.It will give you the correct diagnosis and proper tratment if needed ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
We found a knot in my husbands groin area. It's on the left side and you can not see it only feel it if push. What could this be. He has not strained him self but he said it is painful.?
My 2 year old daughter has two large knots near her groin/hip area. is this something i should worry about?
Lymphadenopathy: What you are describing sounds like swollen/enlarged lymph nodes. This can be a normal finding but it is worth having her pediatrician take a look. They will examine the lumps and better be able to determine what they are and if there is cause for further investigation. ...Read more