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What Is A Thyroid Groin
Atypical: Your groin pain is not likely related to your thyroid gland. ...Read more
I had a hormone imbalance-test, and thyroid. Improving now. I gained weight in strange areas - groin and mid-section. Once my hormones are balanced will my fat distribution return as it was before?
I don't know: which of your body's thousands of hormones you're referring to and what an imbalance test is. You need to provide much more information before I can give you an answer. If you gained weight, you still need to burn off those calories (3500 to the pound) to lose the weight again. Try talking w/your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I've got a hard, fixed lymph node in my groin with history of papillary thyroid cancer - should I be concerned?
I have a hard, fixed lymph node in my groin with history of papillary thyroid cancer. Any reason for concern?
Two pea sized lumps in groin but are slightly moveable. Moveable is a good sign right? 25 female hist of pap thyroid cancer..
Doc found a painless mass on my thyroid - what could this mean? I also have painful lymph nodes in chest, head, groin areas. Please advise. Thank you.
Thyroid: This is difficult to answer without a more thorough exam and studies. The thyroid mass is likley a nodule. Whether it is benign or not, I cannot say. The lymph nodes should be examined and followed and if needed, biopsied. Sorry I cannot give more information without examination and workup. ...Read more
In 2011 i got diagnosed with thyroid cancer. Since treatment I have abnormal lyphnodes frm neck 2 groin I don't know y. I have a family histry of luekemia?
See your doctor: The details of your primary treatment are important. Did you have a total thyroidectomy? Did they remove nodes from under the thyroid(central neck dissection)? Did you have radioactive iodine treatment? You should probably visit back with the surgeon or endocrinologist for evaluation of these new findings. The groin is prob not related, but also should have an ultrasound and biopsy. ...Read more
I found a lump on front of neck. 20 year old male. Lump is hard. Have had thyroid related symptoms recently. Swollen node near groin as well. What you think?
Lymph node: symptoms thyroid? Lump neck and groin concerning for generalized infection/inflammation. Groin nodes at your age is STD till proven otherwise. Need a physical exam and possibly lab. A neck exam can determine if thyroid or lymph node. Tired/fatigue can be related to a decease process causing enlarged lymph nodes. A TSH can rule out thyroid disease. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
sweat on my back, under my breasts, my groin, vagina, & behind my knees as soon as I go outside? not obese. 114 ibs and I'm 5'4 age 17 no thyroid prob
Summertime! : I'm not sure what the temp was In Philly today, but we hit 95 degrees and heat advisory in Kentucky. The heat combined with the humidity triggers our bodies to sweat which helps cool the skin and this cool our core body temperature. This experience sounds like " normal sweating" to me. If you have night sweats combined with weight loss, see your physician! ...Read more
1. From childhood, had sores in mouth, blisters in groin region, underams, and pimples.Doctors used to give b-complex, over years effectiveness went down. Recent thyroid tests didn't show any problem.
See dermatologist: I suspect you have some type of chronic hereditary skin condition, something like histiocytoiss x, just to name one. I would urge you to see a dermatologist, perhaps even a pediatric one despite your age, and discuss skin biopsy with them to see if condition can be identified once and for all. Only then can appropriate treatment be initiated. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a thyroid cyst, 10 enlarged lymph nodes in neck & 8 in groin, lung scarring, high k, low na, lower wbc, hypotension & a long list of symptoms?
Internist: You're not going to get a diagnosis in an on-line forum. You obviously have a complicated problem that will require a comprehensive evaluation. If your local doctor can't help, seek help at an academic center with a general internist. You're only 113 miles from des moines. Ps, hi k and low na with low BP suggests addison's disease. ...Read more
A lot depends: On size and consistency of these nodes, and whether they fit in contwext with the rest of your history. Past and current infections, drugs, as well as potential malignancies are in the 'differential', so you have 'doctor' not 'internet' for solutions. ...Read more
painful lymphnoid in neck 1 year and groin 3 mnths . been to ER twice. dr said it will go down yet still here. What could this be? had one removed b4
For over a year I have 3 neck lnodes <5 mm and 2 in groin <7 mm and <5 mm. 2 docs say they are not pathological and that I should not worry. Should i?
No ?!: Stop searching for tiny lymph nodes most prop;e have them and you have already been checked ! ...Read more
Can symptoms of lymphoma come and go
I have lost 65 pds in about six months eating 5 x more
Now having pain in both sides of neck and groin
Doubt lymphoma: However, if this is unexplained weight loss and you feel bad, then I'll conclude that you are seriously sick. You need a workup by a capable physician. This can be anything from a malignant lymphoma as you suspect to something as commonplace as overlooked gluten enteropathy or adult-onset cystic fibrosis to Whipple's to any of several dozen others. ...Read more
Maybe: Usually, lymph nodes become enlarged in response to an infection, but other possible causes include lymph node malignancy such as lymphoma or hodgkin's disease. And some infections can be life-threatening too. Sometimes a trial of antibiotics can be successful in reducing enlarged lymph nodes. Failing this trial, a biopsy might become necessary. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Monitoring Centers: Lymphatic system absorbs/carries things too big to go into the arteries/veins like bacteria eaten by white cells and digested food. Lymph nodes "taste" the lymph for anything bad like bacteria/viruses/cancers, etc. When it detects a problem, it alerts the immune system and your body reacts. They enlarge in response to the inflammation they create when they react. They shrink when all is well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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