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Pelvic Lump Male
Lymph node: What you are describing sounds like a lymph node. More than likely that is due to an infection. If it is not tender or if it fails to resolve over the next couple of weeks i would have your dr. Look at it. Make sure you do not have any history of stds. If you do then see your dr. For evaluation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hi im 20 and male, a couple if days ago i noticed a lump where my leg meets my pelvis, its probably about a cm. It kind of aches sometimes and its unc?
Have your doc see it: See your primary care doctor this week - based on the history of your present issue, past medical/social/ family history, as well as a physical exam and additional imaging and testing, your doctor will be better able to tell you what it is, or else a referral con be made to a specialist such as gynecologist, to determine what your mass is. ...Read more
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
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
I can feel lumps in my pelvic area on my right side that I done feel on my left side what could this be?
Hard to say: But a guess would be lymph nodes ...Read more
Not enough info!: How long have you had this? Are the lumps in the skin or deep in the abdomen? What size are they? Do you have any other symptoms, like pain, fever, weight loss? It's difficult to say what is going on, because you cannot provide enough info in a question that can only be 150 characters long. See your doc, or consider a very reasonably priced 30 consult on Healthtap Prime 24/7, to assess & advise ...Read more
Lumps on pelvis: Hard to say without doing a physical exam. You should see your doctor if these lumps are painful, new, or getting bigger. ...Read more
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
I have a lump on my pelvic area on the left side it hurts when I put pressure on it what should I do?
Needs evaluation: Finding a lump is always anxiety producing. I would recommend you see your doc to further evaluate where the lump is and whether it is related to soft tissue overlying the bone or the bone itself. Work-up may include imaging of the area and appropriate referral for biopsy if indicated. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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 moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My husband has a lump in his pelvic region, just to the right above his penis. What could be the causes?
? hernia: A physical exam by his physician should be able to narrow the possible reasons for the lump and take corrective action as indicated. ...Read more
Hello I have a lump in my pelvic area possibly about the size of a golf ball at time is painful! is this something to be alarmed about?
Yes: Anything the size of a golf ball, that wasn't there in the past, and isn't suppose to grow there, should be worried about. The "pelvic area" doesn't describe exactly where the golf ball is, so a primary care doctor can look to see where it really is. Possibilities include: hernia, enlarged lymph node, cyst, etc... ...Read more