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What does swollen lymph nodes in the groin with elevated bilrubin indicate ?

hi im male 22 very fit person I have swollen lymph nodes in my groin area ive had blood work done and the only thing that come up was high bilirubin level 49 the number.ive had an ultrasound on stomach and xray of chest all my bloods they did pick up a virus in the past.should i be worried i think i have some cancer of the lymphs would this have showed up on blood work? I always fell ill my body dosent feel right and sometimes have yellowing of eyes Thanks Yes blood work was 49 normal range was between 1-19 didnt tell me what viruss ive been called in for a second xray now should i be worried?
Asked On : Fri, 20 Apr 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
There is no relation of groin lymph nodes with high bilirubin levels.
The levels of bilirubin you mentioned seems unbelievable in the present context of your symptoms.
Kindly verify the levels of bilirubn.
You have not mentioned the the virus which was detected in past.
The causes of swelling of lymph nodes in groin area are generally because of
Infection in feet,legs,pelvic area
Sexually transmitted diseases
Normally these swollen lymph nodes disappear in two weeks time however ,if they persist or increase in size or get accompanied by night sweats,fever,weight loss then you should consult your doctor for the investigations.
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Oncologist Dr. Jawahar Ticku's  Response
Dear Jonesgym,
I thinkk you are not presenting a right picture of things.
First concern is your raised bilirubin. 49 level is abnormally high, with this level you are not expected to be in sound health. This level suggests serioious Jaundice. It needs to be evaluated. Visit a hepatologist or gastroenterologist to get full evaluation done.
Regarding groin lymph nodes, sometimes they are normal as they occur after some infection in the foot in the past. but such nodes are hard. if they are big and are softer or rubery in consistency one of them needs to be biopsied or a Fine needle aspiration test should be done to rule out the cancerous problem particularly lymphoma.
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