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I have a lump in my pubic area. On the right side. It started small and now is about a size of a grape. It's painless but irritable?

I have a lump in my pubic area. On the right side.  It started small and now is about a size of a grape.  It's painless but irritable?

Lump: If it is growing it warrants to be checked. Although, in most cases it is a benign cyst, without seeing it, it's hard to make such diagnosis, so you have no choice but to see a doc. ...Read more

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Hello Doctor: I am a 56 year old female and about 6 months ago discovered a lump under my skin on the right side in the pubic area I have no pain ?

Hello Doctor: I am a 56 year old female and about 6 months ago discovered a lump under my skin on the right side in the pubic area I have no pain ?

Need exam : It is best to see your doctor about this to assess size, location, mobility of mass, past medical history/infections/surgeries, getting larger?, rest of physical exam, etc.. A biopsy and excision may be needed to further diagnose this especially that it's been present for six months or more. ...Read more

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I have a hard non-movable (larger than a couple cm) painless lump (under the skin) in my left groin area on my pubic bone. What could this be?

I have a hard non-movable (larger than a couple cm) painless lump (under the skin) in my left groin area on my pubic bone. What could this be?

Sounds like: Hernia, enlarged lymph node, tumor, or blood clot. You need to show it to a doctor to make sure, and sometimes you need imaging to tell the difference among the above choices. ...Read more

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There is pea sized lump on outer vagina within pubic hair area, is purply red in colour and not sore with no redness surrounding it. Should I be worri?

There is pea sized lump on outer vagina within pubic hair area, is purply red in colour and not sore with no redness surrounding it. Should I be worri?

Possible Abscesses: It sounds like you may have some abscesses with or without cellulitis. You may need antibiotics and possible drainage of the abscesses if they are fully formed. In the meantime analgesia like paracetamol and ibuprofen will help but also running the area under hot water and soap as often as it is convenient should help. You should let a doctor take a look at it. ...Read more

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I have a small marble sized moveable lump on where the leg meets pubic bone.u can't see it but can be felt when touched.no pain.Been around for years.

I have a small marble sized moveable lump on where the leg meets pubic bone.u can't see it but can be felt when touched.no pain.Been around for years.

Small lymph node: that is a typical area where a lymph node drained some infection or inflammation years ago and remained slightly enlarged after the malady resolved. Since it is not tender, is mobile, and has not changed over years all indicate it is benign. Should it start enlargening or you feel others near it or other areas of your body, consult with your PCP. During your next check-up, point it out to your doc ...Read more

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Moveable squishy-like lump on pelvic/pubic region. I have other lipomas and I'm wondering if this is what is it? Are moveable lumps not bad? No pain

Moveable squishy-like lump on pelvic/pubic region. I have other lipomas and I'm wondering if this is what is it? Are moveable lumps not bad? No pain

Mass: Masses can benign (not cancerous) things like lipomas, fibromas, cysts, swollen lymph nodes, etc. it's a good sign that this mass isn't painful and is mobile. Rarely, masses can be something worrisome (cancerous). I'd recommend you get it checked out by your obgyn or PCP because differentiating what it can be is easier by seeing exactly where it is. ...Read more

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Pea sized fleshy sort of lump on pubic area. It is underneath the skin and not painful at all, I do shave and wondering if i need to get this checked?

Probable cyst: There are a number of conditions that cause lumps and bumps to appear on the surface of the skin or just below the skin. The most common are skin cysts and epidermoid cysts (aka sebaceous cysts) which is consistent with what you are describing. As long as "lump" is not painful and not changing in size and appearance, would just observe and have your doctor check it at your next routine visit. ...Read more