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Pubic Area Lump Symptoms
Constant pain for week about 2 inchs above the pubic hair area on right hand side ? Can't feels lumps & not tender when pressing . No other symptoms
Adenopathy: I would guess that that is likely a swollen lymph node. If you have had a chronic infection, like in your armpit, that can cause swelling of lymph nodes elsewhere. It is possible your chronic infection may not be staph or maybe not an infection at all. Consider a biopsy of you arm nodes if this is a chronic problem. ...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
What does it mean to have painful knots (lumps) in the pubic area on side of vagina...I heard it comes in the place of sickness?
Lymph nodes?: It sounds like you are describing swollen lymph nodes in your groin area. You are correct that your lymph nodes swell in response to an infection in the area. For example, if you had genital herpes, your groin lymph nodes would swell. If you had strep throat, your neck lymph nodes would swell. If this is a new symptom, you might want to get it checked by a doctor to rule out an infection. ...Read more
I am a 29 year old female with a hard ping pong sized lump you can see through my skin located between my pubic area and thigh and it hurts to touch?
Skin lump: Usually possibilities include a cyst, an abscess, a lymph node, or a lipoma. However there are many other rarer possibilities. It is prudent to ask your doctor to evaluate the lesion. Especially because it hurts to touch it. That suggests that it could be inflamed or infected. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
A week ago I noticed a peasized lump on my pubic area. It's under the skin, not painful.I've had something similar but it went away. what could it be?
Hmmm.: Dermatologic conditions are hard to evaluate without seeing them in person. Without an actual examination, I cannot give specific medical advice on your particular health, but, Small infections like acne or boils are quite common there. Spreading redness implies an infection needing antibiotic but a lot of them heal on their own,. ...Read more