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Pea-sized lump in the groin surrounded by red bumps, tender to touch, causing sharp pain occasionally with tingling on inner thigh. What could it be?

Symptoms: I have a lump in my left groin , near inguinal ligament . size: about a pea Hardness: 7/10 pain: tender to touch. occaisional sharp, but bearable pain. loose in the skin? no. feels attached to tissue underneath how long? 3 days Skin: tingling on my left inner thigh, some red patches/spots on thigh in tingling area. some red bumps close to lump
Asked On : Tue, 17 Jul 2012
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The history you are describing looks like enlarged lymph node due to infection.
Detailed clinical examination will be required to find out underlying infection. Once infection treated, lymph node will disappear.

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Dr. Neelam.
Answered: Tue, 17 Jul 2012
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