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Hard lump where groin meets leg, I'm assuming swollen lymph node. Three days now no change. Concerning?

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Dr. Martin Raff
Internal Medicine - Infectious Disease
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In brief: Inguinal adenopathy

Lymph nodes in the inguinal area are often enlarged because they are doing their job properly in that area of the body.
If it persists, is enlarging, has a stony consistency or appears fixed to underlying tissues might then have your doctor take a look. Otherwise it will be likely to recede in time.

In brief: Inguinal adenopathy

Lymph nodes in the inguinal area are often enlarged because they are doing their job properly in that area of the body.
If it persists, is enlarging, has a stony consistency or appears fixed to underlying tissues might then have your doctor take a look. Otherwise it will be likely to recede in time.
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