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Lump In Leg Near Groin
I have a 2" long hard lump in the crease of my groin and leg, it is not painful. Should I be concerned?
Mysterious lump: A lump in that area could be several things. The most likely thing is an enlarged lymph node. Lymph nodes can be enlarged for a number of reasons spanning from a simple infection to cancer. Another possibility is a hernia. This is where a section of bowel pushes through a weakness in your abdominal wall. You should go see your doctor to get it checked out. ...Read more
I've got a large lump in the crease of my leg and groin. I know this can be common for men, but what about for women?
Groin Lump: A painful lump in the groin is a concern and should be evaluated by a physician. ...Read more
I am a 36 year old male and within the last hour i have discovered a painful lump at the top of my right leg, close to the groin but still on the leg.
I have a hard lump in my groin area. It's causing some pain in my left leg.It feels like an irregular shaped mass that connects to something.
I have 2 pea sized lumps at each side of my groin. They're painless and haven't got bigger. Same position on each side. Upper leg..Is this normal?
Inguinal lumps: The lumps seem to be stable hence may be benign. However a medical professional can exam you to ensure that is benign. ...Read more
My bf has a lump on the inside crease of his leg near his groin, it's egg sized and aches whenever he's been active... Any advice as to what it is?
Go to hospital now: Your boyfriend needs to be examined by his family doc (gp in gb) to determine what's going on. The lump could be a swollen lymph node, abscess (pus pocket), or even an inguinal hernia. Each diagnosis requires different treatment so it's imperative that rather than have someone guess (w/o examination from across the pond) that he get examined by his local family doc. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Right leg feels swollen but isnt,startd last night after 3mg melatonin.have also two painful,sometimes oozy lumps either side of groin for few months?
Lumps: You need to see your primary doctor as soon as possible. Things should be OK. Please let me know what develops. ...Read more