Lump In The Upper Crotch?
amualaikum, amen, I’m 20, thin, I have a lump in my upper right groin for about 3 years. I didn’t feel anything before, but now I can feel the pulses when I cough or sneeze, I also feel the pulse to the lump.. Why is it dangerous, isn’t it?? rnrnThank you Hello
The appearance of a lump in the upper groin can be caused by the following things:
Swelling due to trauma or injury. Hernia is a condition where the organs of the body protrude into the surrounding area. Hernias that occur in the area around the groin are generally caused by the intestines coming out of the abdominal cavity (peritoneum) Cysts (fluid-filled sacs) or abscesses (accumulation of pus in certain body parts) Benign tumors of the skin such as lipomas (fat tumors) etc. Pain that arises in the groin. The lump can be caused by disorders such as inflammation, infection or pinching of the hernia contents. These conditions are dangerous conditions that must receive immediate medical attention.
Because the lump is accompanied by pain, you should immediately consult a doctor directly to determine the cause of the complaint and receive appropriate treatment according to the underlying condition. I suggest that you consult with a surgeon for optimal treatment.
The doctor will ask your history of complaints, perform a physical examination and supporting examinations such as abdominal ultrasound examination, blood tests, etc. If the complaint is caused by a pinched hernia, the doctor will recommend a surgical procedure to overcome it.
Here are suggestions for you:
Be aware of complaints of nausea, vomiting, high fever, decreased consciousness and impaired bowel movements, see your doctor immediately if you experience these complaints. Avoid excessive coughing as much as possible because coughing can increase abdominal pressure which can worsen complaints such as a strangulated hernia (pinched). Make sure you get enough fluids Avoid strenuous physical activity Hope this helps,