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Pain on left pelvic bone, inflamed, small lump tender to touch, pain sometimes travels to belly button and inner left thigh? 18yo female

Pain on left pelvic bone, inflamed, small lump tender to touch, pain sometimes travels to belly button and inner left thigh? 18yo female

Be seen: I cannot determine from your question if it this could be an inflmamed lymph node or something else. Best thing is to be seen... ...Read more

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Pea sized lump in groin where upper leg meets abdomen and pelvis. Is this common? Does not hurt. Will watch but concerned. 25 female..

Pea sized lump in groin where upper leg meets abdomen and pelvis. Is this common? Does not hurt. Will watch but concerned. 25 female..

Lymph node: You are probably feeling an inguinal lymph node. If you just noticed this, and there are no others, watch it as you mentioned, but see your doctor if something changes (especially with your history). ...Read more

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Lumps in pelvic area, not painful. My dr thinks it's due to shaving, but would this still be the cause if its underneath the skin? Not ON my skin?

Lumps in pelvic area,  not painful.  My dr thinks it's due to shaving,  but would this still be the cause if its underneath the skin? Not ON my skin?

LumpyBumpyGrumpy: If it is due to shaving, then what happens is that those little hairs, after being shaven-down, lose their sense of direction (they don't have GPS yet) and get stuck just beneath the skin. Then they get pissed off and try harder but can't break back through or, actually grow in really screwy directions. That causes irritation and bumps. Some people are just prone to it: armpits, pubies, face (men) ...Read more

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I have a lump in my lower left pelvic area and I noticed it a day ago. It doesn't hurt except when I press down. It's not big but it does feel like I can rook it around, what could this be? And should I be concerned?

I have a lump in my lower left pelvic area and I noticed it a day ago. It doesn't hurt except when I press down. It's not big but it does feel like I can rook it around, what could this be? And should I be concerned?

Needs evaluation: Lumps, bumps, blisters and other skin abnormalities on the genitals need to be evaluated. An examination will be needed to know the cause and treatment. We need to know what it is you are referring to before any treatment options can be discussed. An Obgyn should be able to provide some direction after visualizing the area. ...Read more

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Big Lump on right side of pelvic area only. It aches a little after I press on it. What is this?

Big Lump on right side of pelvic area only. It aches a little after I press on it. What is this?

Can't tell : But it sounds like it should be evaluated since it is painful . It could just be a swollen gland that will go away but see a doc ...Read more

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I have a lump on my pelvic area on the left side it hurts when I put pressure on it what should I do?

I have a lump on my pelvic area on the left side it hurts when I put pressure  on it what should I do?

Lump: This cannot be diagnosed long distance. See a doctor and have this examined. Good luck and best wishes. ...Read more

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A lump in pelvic area and difficult urinating?

A lump in pelvic area and difficult urinating?

Go see ur Family Doc: Unfortunately, pelvic area is pretty vague as far as lumps go so it's best that you see your Family Doc for evaluation. Perhaps you have a urinary tract infection (either bladder or kidney) or a sexually transmitted disease (where lump represents swollen gland). Usually these infections lead to painful perhaps even frequent urgent urination. Bottom line, go see your Family Doc, GYN or Planned Pare ...Read more

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I have a lump that is tender on left side of pelvic area, any thoughts?

I have a lump that is tender on left side of pelvic area, any thoughts?

See Dr.: You may have something like a simple cyst or early abscess on the skin that happens to be in your groin area, a folliculitis if you shave there, or it may be a lymph node since they are also present in that area. Either way, if it persists, you need to see a dr. For a clinical exam and evalutation of the area. Good luck. ...Read more

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