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Painful Bump Near Groin
I have a bump under the skin at the crease of my leg at my groin area that is very painful to touch?
Painful tumor: See your dermatologist for treatment and evaluation. You need biopsy to find out the cause. ...Read more
I have red bump and surrounding skin that is really painful on the groin pubic area. What is this? How do I make it go away? How do I treat it?
Inflammation: Could be inflamed sebaceous (oil) Gland or inflamed hair follicle- keep the area clean and try. Avoid shaving but if you must- please ensure using a clean razor each time. At times these may become bigger and could be a sign of an infection that needs antibiotics so make sure you see your provider if you develop fevers or if the bumps get bigger and more painful. ...Read more
Few painful purplish bumps on left upper thigh (area between butt and thighs, groin area). Started yesterday. How to ease the problem & possible causes?
What to do if I had this bump on my groin area, its itches and feel abit painful. After seeing doctor who prescribe me with?
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Very large hard bump on inner thigh close to groin right before butt cheeks Painful when touched and it is red and I can't be popped?
Possible cyst: This might be a cyst in the layer of tissue beneath the surface of the skin. This sort of bump should be evaluated by a medical provider to determine if it needs to be removed or drained. May also require treatment with antibiotics. ...Read more
I have a hard quarter sized bump in my groin under the skin and seems to be connected to a bigger bump in my upper thigh about 3 inches away. Painful.
Abscess: It may be that you have a boil (abscess, carbuncle) in your thigh and a lymph node in your groin is enlarged in reaction to the infection. Use warm compresses (on for 30 minutes) every 2 to 4 hours, rest, and see your doctor or go to an UC today to see if you need antibiotics or to have the boil drained. If you have a fever over 100, increased redness or marked increase in pain or warmth, to ER. ...Read more
I've had a small bump by my groin for a couple of months now. I woke up today and that same bump was bigger and a bit painful. Herpes? Genital warts
Lymph node?: It may be a "lymph node" and a sign of infection. See a md when you can. ...Read more
Need more info: This is hard to answer without a physical exam. Please see your family physician asap. ...Read more
What would cause me to all of a sudden develop painful pea sized bumps/lumps in armpit and groin area including vulva, never had them all together?
Infection: Those are lymph nodes and become larger when your immune system has been activated by an infection. ...Read more
Painful swollen lymph node (left side) groin 2 painful bumps, lumps, on vagina lip (left) and the entire left lip is swollen.?
I have a swollen, painful, tender bump about the size of a nickel in the crease of my inner leg/groin area. Should I see a doctor about it?
Yes: Does not sound like an emergency, but a noticeable and uncomfortable change in yourself should be examined with your doctor. This could be an inflamed lymph node that may resolve in a few weeks or could be something else like a hernia. Concerning changes should be evaluated by your doctor. ...Read more
Large bump with puss/blood groin area where vagina meets its is pea size and very painful should I be worried? I don't think it's STD 1 sex partner.
This is an increasingly common problem I see in my office and often is a consequence of pubic shaving. It depends on where the bumps are but they are usually caused when a bacteria called Staph enters cracks in the skin and digs in.
1. stop shaving (if you do) for now
2. do not squeeze! This can spread bacteria to other areas
3. see your doctor who can treat by draining or with appropriate meds ...Read more
I have painful red bumps in armpits, one on my nipple, bicep, & groin. What could they be and how to get rid of it?
Bug bite; infection?: Bumps on 3 separate parts of the body may be bug bites and/or may be small boils (skin infections; small abscesses). A visit to one's primary care doctor is needed, as bumps are very hard to describe in words. Antibiotics may be needed, if there are signs of infection. Others causes of bumps are possible, but less likely. If the bumps are mysterious-looking, a dermatologist can examine them. ...Read more
I operate painful bumps on same haired labia majora 5times between clit and leg groin, no breakout, deep under. Doc says no big deal. What is it?
Need diagnosis: I would contact the doctor who did your surgeries and ask what the diagnosis was. Once a diagnosis for the cause of the genital lesions is determined the more accurate advice can be given. ...Read more
4yrs I operate painful bumps on both of labia majora with hair, located between clit and leg groin. Doc says no big deal. May laser hair removal help?
4yrs I operate painful bumps on labia majora with hair, between clit and leg groin, no breakout, deep under. Doc says no big deal. Laser hair removal?
I have a pink raised bump in my crotch area. It is not painful and it is not itchy. What could it be?
Molluscum?: Just a guess, but "pink" and "raised" make me think of molluscum contagiosum, a minor viral infection that at your age usually is sexually acquired. Usually there would be several bumps in the pubic area. Google it for photos to see if they match what you see. Then visit a doctor for proper diagnosis and treatment. Good luck. ...Read more
I had a small pea sized bump appear on the right outter side of my labia overnight. Its very tender & my right inguinal nodes are painful to touch.
I often get large painful bumps on my pelvis area. They resemble blood blisters and they always go away without treatment. Why do I get them?
Lymph nodes: I suspect you have enlarged inguinal lymph nodes. You need to see a doctor. ...Read more
Hernia: Or possibly enlarged lymph nodes. See a surgeon or PMD to clarify and receive a diagnosis. ...Read more
Likely benign: Bumps on the scrotum you can appear under the skin & are benign. On the groin, my first thought is bumps caused by ingrown hair. You may also have skin tags (though these are more common for men over 50 years old in my experience). The cause is most likely benign. But if still concerned, visit a local STD clinic, since they can help & visits are often free. Hope that helps. ...Read more
I found a bump near my groin. It goes away when I lay down but pops up when I stand up and it is clearly visible. What can it be?
Is a condition when part of the intestine protrudes through a weak point in the abdominal muscles. Hernia is not painful. It doesn't go away on its own and needs to be repaired surgically. Untreated it can lead to life-threatening complications.
Rec.: see your doctor for consultation. ...Read more
This needs to: Be visualized/ examined in order to properly assess. ...Read more
I have a few swollen bumps in my right side groin that haven't caused any pain (one bump has) and they haven't grown but I don't know what they are?
Lymph Nodes: You need to see your primary care provider for an exam. You might need an ultrasound and biopsy. ...Read more
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