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Tenderness In Groin Area Male
30 year old male. Hard lump under my skin in the groin area. About 1 cm long. Can be moved slightly and slightly sore if I press it. No other lumps.
Cyst, gland or node: Sore hard lumps are worrisome, especially those in the groin area as they can represent swollen lymph nodes. Lumps that move are less likely to be cancer. Cysts & glands can also get clogged, even infected. Apply warm compresses to (possible) infections (ice packs to injuries). If not better, go see your Family Doc for evaluation. If worse before then, go to nearest urgent care. ...Read more
Yes: Most of your lymph nodes are located in your head and neck region. Lymph nodes that frequently swell are in this area, as well as in your armpits and groin area. So this is normal but if they are swollen more than 2wks I would seek a MD for evaluation. No worries ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
That : That is something that needs to be checked. We have lymph nodes in our groin (just like the nodes that enlarge in your neck when you have a sore throat). Usually it is caused by infection but other diagnosis are possible. Please make an appointment with your doctor to have this evaluated. If you have increased swelling, increased pain, fever, or feel "flu like", then you would need to be evaluated immediately. ...Read more
Any ideas why i get sore easily? Mainly on back, abdomen, groin, butt and shoulders. I play soccer 2-3 days in a week 19 yrs old/male.
Might need a break : Great that you're getting this kind of exercise, but wonder if the soreness could be from the soccer. Maybe a little conditioning in between soccer could help. There are also inflammatory conditions of the muscles that could be causing this discomfort. Talk to your doctor and let him know the symptoms, to see if any workup is in order. ...Read more
Get it checked out: It is most likely a small lymphnode or a cyst, but bacterial infection with klebsiella ganulomatis is possible, often starts as small, painless nodules appearing after 10–40 days following contact with the bacteria. Later the nodules burst, creating open, fleshy, oozing, and infection continues to destroy the tissue until treated. Not to scare u, but should consult doc if worsens. Good luck. ...Read more
Inguinal lymph nodes: That are swollen, painful and tender, are usually result of an infection in the leg or in the groin area. If it is on both sides, it might be caused by a generalized infection. Treat the infection, and the lymph nodes will subside. If you don't have an infection, it could be lymph cell malignancy, such as hodgkin's disease, so get to a doctor if the swelling persists for more than several days. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is it safe to masturbate more than 3 times in an hour because i feel when I do this really pain in my groin and back area and a bit of tender organ?
Too much Sex?: There is no medical reason to limit one's sexual play. But, there are natural laws and limits to the amount of friction and orgasm that can occur without some rest and recovery. You cannot rewrite the laws of nature...Of what your body can manage without causing yourself some pain. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Many things: They could be lymph nodes, cysts, ingrown hairs... Best thing to do is get them checked out by your doctor. It doesn't sound like an urgent thing (especially if they've been there for a while), but in the next 1-2 weeks you should get them checked to put your mind at ease. ...Read more
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