What Causes Red Bumps And Pain In The Groin?
, I want to ask, I had a lump initially in the left side of the groin, but now I start to move slightly to the right, almost to the top of the genitals, maybe because it avoids creases, but now it starts to get red and sore, initially not red or sore at all, it’s just aching. What are the indications? Thank you
Good afternoon, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The appearance of a lump in the groin area, can occur due to the following possibilities:
Hair follicle or follicle infection
Bacterial skin infections
Abscess or pus buildup
Swollen lymph nodes
Sexually transmitted disease
Tumor or cancer
Our advice, in-depth direct examination by a dermatologist and genitalia is needed to be able to determine this. Your doctor will ask a number of things that can lead to certain diseases, such as a history of sexual intercourse, a history of genital hygiene, and a history of previous illnesses. Your doctor may also perform supporting tests such as blood tests and take samples to be examined in the laboratory before determining the best treatment for you.
Meanwhile, avoid applying or giving any medicine to the lump, don't squeeze or press it, avoid sexual intercourse first, don't use tight pants or stockings, and clean your genitals regularly from front to back. Get well soon.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D. Basfiansa