Lumps In The Lower Abdomen Above The Groin And Are Painful?
At noon I want to ask you, on the lower left side of my stomach above the groin there is a lump and it feels pain in my hand and it hurts.
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Lumps in the lower abdomen above the groin can be caused by several possibilities, including:
inguinal hernia enlargement of lymph nodes in the inguinal area infection / abscess in the skin or abscess in the tumor benign tumors of the skin (such as lipoma) malignancy in organs in the stomach You should describe more fully, since when the bump appeared, whether there are certain triggers before the appearance of a lump (for example sores in the area of the skin, urinary tract infections or previous reproductive tract, etc.), whether the lump disappears, if there is redness or swelling around the lump, etc. You should check yourself with a surgeon so that you can further evaluate the lump.
If the lump feels painful, you should not delay doing the examination. Some conditions such as hernias that lump can not enter alone and feel pain, can indicate hernias have experienced blood flow disorders. This condition is very dangerous if left unchecked, so you should immediately see a doctor.
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