Lump in groin from constipation, treatment?

Lump in groin. The question is not very clear, but a lump in the groin may be from a hernia. You should consult a physician for further evaluation and treatment.

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The most common treatment that a GP would dofor a pea size lump in groin area which does hurt maybe alittle archy if I moving a lot? What could this be

Depends on location. The possible reasons for a lump in the groin area are multiple. This could be a local infection (skin infection), a systemic disease (malignancy or viral infection) or an anatomical reason (femoral or inguinal hernia). Your primary care physician will need to examine the lump to determine characteristics and see if additional testing or empiric treatment or watchful waiting is indicated. Read more...

I have a lump in groin area but sono was negative?

Depends. Could be a hernia it the lump comes and goes. The good news is that it sounds like you do not have any enlarged lymph nodes which could be a sign of a cancer. Read more...

How long does lump in groin associated with hydrocoele last?

?Hydrocele of cord. Disappears with surgical removal. Groin lump after which develops denovo after hydrocele surgery could be due to a bleed related to the surgery, post operative wound infection or enlarged groin lymph node/s. Consult your urologist either way. Read more...
Depends. If the hydrocele is in a newborn about 75-80 % will resolve by 12-18 months of life. If it fails to resolve then surgery can treat it. If the hydrocele arises later in life then it is unllikely to resolve spontaneously, hence surgery can correct it. Read more...
Depends. If the hydrocele is in a newborn about 75-80 % will resolve by 12-18 months of life. If it fails to resolve then surgery can treat it. If the hydrocele arises later in life then it is unllikely to resolve spontaneously, hence surgery can correct it. Read more...

I have a small lump in groin area this is point where my inner thigh meets my groin area plz help and it's moveable?

Hernia? Sounds like it could be a hernia, a common condition that is only treated surgically. See a general surgeon for a consultation to find out for sure. Hope this helps! Read more...

My 2 year old has 2cm hard lump in groin right side. It is movable and painless. He has no other symptoms. Could this be lymphoma at his age?

Groin lump. All groin lumps should be examined by your health care provider. Causes: Allergic reaction Cancer Drug reaction Harmless (benign) cyst Hernia (usually a soft, large bulge in the groin on one or both sides) Infections in the legs Injury trauma to the groin area Lipomas (harmless fatty growths) Sexually transmitted diseases such as genital herpes, chlamydia, and gonorrhea Swollen lymph glands. Read more...
Should be checked. A 2 year-old with a 2 cm groin lump in a boy could be a lymph node or his testicle. A hernia or hydrocele (fluid-filled lump) is softer, not hard. If it's a lymph node the doctor will check for an injury or infection in the leg, as well as check for other enlarged lymph nodes. The doctor can also see if it's a skin cyst. Lymphoma is very rare in toddlers and should be in more than one lymph node. Read more...
See your doctor . Definitely beed it checked out. Pediatrician is a good starting pint for a thorough history and exam. Hope this helps! Read more...

He's currently being checked for hurchsprung diseise could this have anything to do with the lump in groin area he suffers severe bloating too?

See a Ped surgeon. I assume youre asking about a baby? Hirschprung's disease would be a cause for constipation. This could definitely be a cause for severe bloating. The lump in groin area may be a hernia that is worsened by straining on defecation due to Hirschprung's. I would recommend consulting your local pediatric surgeon for both. Read more...