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Painful Lump Groin Female
I am female, I have a quarter size non painful lump under my skin in the groin area. Where the lump is skin looks darker or gray. Help!
See your provider!: There are various causes, some of which are harmless, such as a cyst of the skin, and others can be more serious, such as a type of skin tumor. I would see your healthcare provider. ...Read more
I'm a 20 year old female and I have a grape sized lump near my groin area. It's painful to touch, I also have a terrible burning when I urinate..
I've recently found a small round hard lump at the top of my groin I can't move it and it's not painful?
Hello! I've had this painful lump in my groin region for over 3 weeks now that won't go away. I get them really often but they usually disappear.
Must be seen: If this lump in your groin is associated with pain, especially if there is redness or swelling nearby, it should be seen by a general doctor. Sometimes painful lumps are lymph nodes that have become inflamed due to regional injury or infection. Sometimes the lump itself is infected and in that situation may need excision. Lastly, a hernia is possible. Get it checked as soon as possible.Best wishes ...Read more
Infection, lymphoma,: A painful lump in the groin can be an enlarged lymph node. If this is the case, it can be due to an infection in the genitalia ( std, scratch, etc) , cancer of the genitalia, a lymphoma blood born ca). It could be an inguinal hernia. The best recommendation is to see your physician for evaluation. ...Read more
Could be an enlarged: Node. Ask yuor doctor to examine this. ...Read more
Hernia?: Lumps in the groin are often due to lymphnodes responding to something inflamed in your leg or skin or genital area. Hernias can form deep in the groin and are difficult to diagnose. Losing weight apidly can open up the femoral triangle next to the vessels to the leg. Need to see the doctor to figure it out. ...Read more
Male 21 years old. I have had a lump under my skin in my left groin and also my right side. They're not painful, soft, can somewhat move. ???
Probably lymph nodes: If this is something that just recently showed up, the lumps are most likely lymph nodes if they are located along the inguinal fold/canal. Epidermal inclusion cysts are also common in the groin, but are usually hard, not soft, and infected cysts/furuncles are usually tender. See a Dr if they don't go away or start enlarging an/or multiplying. ...Read more
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