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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

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

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I'm 9 days past IUI breast aren't sore! I have no symptoms ! But discomfit pubic area! Does this mean it prob failed?

I'm 9 days past IUI  breast aren't sore! I have no symptoms ! But discomfit pubic area! Does this mean it prob failed?

Unsure: It may be too early to tell, but by 10 days after conception the pregnancy test will usually be positive so you will be able to tell in another day or so by doing a pregnancy test. Good luck. ...Read more

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I have a lump on my pubic area it is very sore an tender and is causing me some pain can some one guide me to what it could be ?

I have a lump on my pubic area it is very sore an tender and is causing me some pain can some one guide me to what it could be ?

Several things: This is a problem that necessitates a face-to-face meeting with your doctor. This will allow him/her to examine you, ask specific questions. And possibly order tests to find out what's wrong and what to do to help you. ...Read more

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Lump with black dot at center I've had for months right at top of my pubic area is suddenly tender to the touch and very red in the surrounding area. ?

Lump with black dot at center I've had for months right at top of my pubic area is suddenly tender to the touch and very red in the surrounding area. ?

Cyst: This may be a sebaceous cyst(wen) which is now infected and may require antibiotics and/or drainage. I recommend that you see your physician or a surgeon in view of redness and tenderness. In the meantime apply hot(not too hot) water applications,pat dry and apply an antibacterial ointment like neosporin or bacitracin. ...Read more