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Persistent immobile, hard lump in groin area, surrounding area red and inflamed, extreme tiredness. Serious?

Hi, I am a 15 year old female and lately I ve been pretty exhausted and sick almost constantly. Two weeks ago I found a lump in my groin area around where my groin connects to my leg. The lump is immoblile and hard, feels almost like a bone . The skin in that area is red an inflamed. It has me worried because it has not gone down and wasn t there before I found it because before, I had to get a physical in that area by my doctor and she said she didn t find anything unusual. I am very worried to what it might be?
Asked On : Sat, 12 May 2012
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Hello Dear.
Welcome here on Health Care Magic Dot Com.
I am very much concern of your problem.
I think I will certainly able to help you out of this condition.
In my view you are suffering from lymphadenitis.
I will suggest you to visit your family physician and get examined and treatment properly.
Good luck.
Answered: Sat, 12 May 2012
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