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Lump under the skin on top of pubic bone. Diagnosed as lymph node swollen. Blood test normal. Solution?

For about six months I have noticed a lump under the skin on top of my pubic bone. I just figured it kind of came with hormonal changes with menopause . Anyways went to the doc and she said my lymph nodes are also swollen between my legs. Blood work is normal for white blood cells and I feel quite healthy. Thought. They have referred me to a specialist. Other thought besides the worst one.
Asked On : Thu, 21 Mar 2013
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Hi thanks for your question.
Lump on the top of pubic bone diagnosed as lymph node. Yes most probably this lump could be lymph node as this is the common site for lymph nodes. Get FNAC of this lump done by a pathologist to confirm / rule out this lump as a lymph node. If it doesn't bother you, you can leave it as such. However if it bothers you ,like it is painful or has other symptoms get it removed by a general surgeon.
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Answered: Sat, 27 Jul 2013
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