Doctor insights on:
Painless Lump On Pubic Area
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
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?
Pea sized movable lump under skin on right labia majora near pubic bone. No pain. Changes size. I sweat in that area and shave. Should I be concerned?
2cm solid lump 2-3 mth penis/pubic area below the skin Its purplish, shiny&flakes dry skin.Sometimes bleeds a little no pain/discomfor & not std. ??
See your pcp: You should see your primary care doctor for a thorough physical exam to determine what this lump could be. ...Read more
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 moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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
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
I have a peasize lump in pubic area. So i shave and look at it. It grow big when I touch it and getting small when I dont notice it. Its been 4days?
Bump at pubic area: It could be genital wart or molluscum contangiosum ...Read more
No.: Occasional small lumps that come and go are common. Not large lumps. And certainly not lumps that are progressively enlarging. See your doc to figure out how big they really are and whether they need monitoring. ...Read more
I have lumps in my pubic area. My gyno told me they are fatty deposits. Now I am feeling them when I wipe in both areas.. Should I get a secomd opini?
Yes: If you doubt any diagnosis, you should get a second opinion. "fatty deposits" can occur in the vaginal area. ...Read more
- Talk to a doctor live online for free
- Pubic area lump symptoms
- Lump on pubic area symptoms
- Painful lump on pubic area
- Ask a doctor a question free online
- Lump in pubic area
- Painless lump on genital area
- Lump at pubic area during pregnancy
- Hurting lump top of pubic area
- Pregnant with lump in pubic area