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Tenderness in pubic area, lumps. Could this be due to playing badminton?

I have some symptoms which may not be linked but are in the groin area. I have tenderness in the left side at the very top of my leg almost over the pubic area and running my hand over I can feel what I can only describe as 2 small gland-like lumps - could these be the result of a groin injury over stretching playing badminton? I also have some redness and slight burning/itching on the same side but around the base of my scrotum - one side only, contained area. Is this related or s possible a sweat/ fungal issue as a result of the warmer weather and sporting activity?
Asked On : Sun, 3 Jun 2012
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It looks to me that you are having scrotal dematitis and palpable ingulinal lymph nodes. These lymph nodes can be enlarge due to any infection and you should not be worried about this . For scrotal dermatitis you should do following
1.Avoid tight undergarments
2. Wash with water twice
3. Apply a cream with combination of antibiotic, steroid.
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