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Lump in groin but it doesn't hurt. Could it be lymphoma?

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In brief: Groin lump

A lump in the groin could represent an enlarged lymph node or could be an inguinal (groin) hernia.
It is difficult to tell the difference yourself, and should be evaluated by a doctor. Groin lymph nodes could rarely represent a lymphoma.

In brief: Groin lump

A lump in the groin could represent an enlarged lymph node or could be an inguinal (groin) hernia.
It is difficult to tell the difference yourself, and should be evaluated by a doctor. Groin lymph nodes could rarely represent a lymphoma.
Dr. Mark Hoepfner
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In brief: Yes, it could

Be hernia or enlarged lymph node, hard to tell sometimes.
Lymph node enlargement can be caused by benign or malignant problems. Consult your doctor for immediate evaluation.

In brief: Yes, it could

Be hernia or enlarged lymph node, hard to tell sometimes.
Lymph node enlargement can be caused by benign or malignant problems. Consult your doctor for immediate evaluation.
Dr. Robert Uyeda
Dr. Robert Uyeda
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