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Sensitive Inner Thigh
Seek Evaluation: There are several categories of diagnoses related to generalized lymphadenopathy. Common things being common, a viral infection is possible. Lymphoma, leukemia, drug-associated, and bacterial infections are also possible. The workup isn't necessarily a super quick thing. I would see your primary doctor. If you had a new sexual partner, i'd get tested for hiv, mono, etc. ...Read more
I have a bump underneath my skin on my inner thigh. Sensitive to touch. If I pop them only blood comes out. No pus ever. What could it be?
Probably a cyst: I think you have been squeezing it and it is very hard to say what exactly it is. It could be a cyst. Or a small boil or infected cyst. I suggest you have it checked by your doctor and find appropriate diagnosis and proper treatment if any needed ...Read more
I've got several pimple-like bumps on my inner/upper thighs. They're not discolored or sensitive. What could this be?
Follicles: Most likely inflamed hair follicles. See dermatologist. ...Read more
I have this weird bump on my inner thigh for about 4 and a half weeks now and it won't go away and it's filled with puss. It's sensitive to touch.
I have a itchy red sencitve bump on my inner thigh and it has clear fluid in it, any ideas what it is?
Need eval: A bump suchas this would need to be evaluated. In the inner thigh area when you see something like this there's a possibility of herpes if you are sexually active. However there are other viruses or infection that can also cause this type of bump. Most commonly it could be a basic skin infection and you may just need antibiotic. But I recommend you go see a doctor for it to be evaluated. ...Read more
The skin of my inner right thigh is sore and highly sensitive to any touch. But they're is no change of color or anything. What could it be?
Early cellulitis?: Only two things come to mind. An early skin infection (cellulitis) which has not completely developed. Typically there is redness, warmth and tenderness in the area, but this may not be apparent early on. Monitor the area. Less likely, there could be an area of nerve damage in the skin causing very sensitive and noxious sensations to touch: a condition called dysesthesia. It could also be nothing. ...Read more
Unwell this year with a strange sensation on the inner upper thighs. Irritation when wearing pants or walking. Thin oval lumps under skin from groin down sensitive to touch. Is this something wrong with the lymphatic system? Doctors can´t tell so far
Tender/sensitive to touch (and hot/cold objects) spots on inner left ankle, left inner & front thigh, left side of stomach, no visable signs. Female?
Pain inner right thigh, skin sensitive, cannot climb stairs, leg gives at times causing falls. Lower back pain. Mri shows 2 disks not aligned, ?
Neuro: Consult with neurosurgeon or spine ortho for further treatment. ...Read more
I have a hard lump on my lower inner left leg about halfway between my knee and ankle you cannot see it only feel it and can be sensitive to touch should I be worried?
Not quick.: There's no such thing as natural spot fat loss. You need to lose weight in general ; a certain % will be inner thigh fat. Eat healthfully ; be physically active. Calories burned must > calories consumed. You can tone your inner thighs with extended leg lifts, inner thigh press, standing thigh press, deep squat, wall squat, lunge, thigh ball squeeze, walking, swimming, biking ; in-line skating. ...Read more
Thigh friction: Typically either caused by large body habitus or fat that localizes on the inner thighs. Powders may relieve chafing and clothes that do not cause friction when they rub together is best like lycra for instance. ...Read more
Work on adductors:
If you go to a gym use the machine which strengthens
the inner thigh muscles or adductors. You can ask one
of the trainers
If you don't have gym access, you can use some exercise bands to work on the same muscles
Also general exercises like cycling will tone all the
thigh muscles including the inner portion ...Read more
Doctor can examine: A lump on the thigh skin may or may not be normal, so the best thing to do is to have a primary care doctor or a dermatologist look at it. If there is a black dot in it, as if the dot is inside a skin pore, then the lump might be a cyst / blackhead (just like in acne skin). If it just dimples but has no connection to the surface, it could be a fibroma, lipoma, a deeper cyst, from old trauma, etc.. ...Read more
There's no such: Thing as natural spot fat loss. You need to lose weight in general ; a % will be medial thigh fat. Eat healthfully ; be physically active. Calories burned must > calories consumed. Spin classes can help. You can tone your inner thighs with extended leg lifts, inner thigh press, standing thigh press, deep squat, wall squat, lunge, thigh ball squeeze, walking, swimming, biking ; in-line skating. ...Read more
Boil: Boils are referred to as abscesses, in the medical community. They can occur from breaks in the skin, which provide a route of infection for bacteria to form an abscess (collection of pus/infection). When this happens, you may need to see a medical provider who may need to prescribe you antibiotics or incise and drain the abscess. Some home remedies may include a warm compress and ibuprofen. ...Read more
Get it checked: This can't be diagnosed with the information that is available. A history, physical examination & other studies may be needed to determine cause/causes. Once accurately assessed a treatment plan can be developed. ...Read more
Spot fat loss does: Not occur naturally. By losing weight in general some may be inner thigh fat. But, we don't get to choose what area of body fat is lost from. Eat healthy & be physically active. Calories burned must > those consumed. Tone inner thighs w extended leg lifts, inner thigh press, standing thigh press, deep squat, wall squat, lunge, Thigh ball squeeze, walking, swimming, biking & in-line skating. ...Read more
Discoloration: May need laser peel.Get a more detailed answer ›
Stretch Marks.: Stretch marks, medically known as striae distensae, are a common finding i. They appear as linear, thinned skin most often found on the breasts, abdomen, hips, and thighs. Stretch marks may appear due to the rapid changes and growth associated with weight gain during pregnancy, or with medical diseases, such as cushing syndrome. See your physician to confirm this diagnosis. ...Read more
Squats and leg press: Are great exercises for the buttocks. Leg adduction exercises where you spread you legs out and bring them to ether against resistance are great for you inner thighs. Many gyms have machines that do just that. ...Read more