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What could cause a groin lump?

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In brief: Groin lump

The most common cause of a lump in the groin is a hernia (inguinal hernia).
Other causes can include enlarged lymph nodes, tumors (benign or cancerous), aneurysms of blood vessels, etc.

In brief: Groin lump

The most common cause of a lump in the groin is a hernia (inguinal hernia).
Other causes can include enlarged lymph nodes, tumors (benign or cancerous), aneurysms of blood vessels, etc.
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Dr. Leon Egozi
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In brief: Depends

Can be a hernia or a lymph node.
Depends on where in the groin. You may need to have it examined.

In brief: Depends

Can be a hernia or a lymph node.
Depends on where in the groin. You may need to have it examined.
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