Suggest treatment for painless, enlarged inguinal lymph node in groin
biopsy might confirm
Hello dear,welcome to healthcare magic.I understand your concern.
In my opinion there might be two possibilities for the lump.Either it can be a enlarged lymph node or a growth of fat tissue underlying the skin called lipoma.
Usually an enlarged lymph node is associated with infection.But you haven't got any infective signs so it can be a normal
So it might be a lipoma.Lipoma is a benign tumour of fat tissue.It is harmless and painless mostly.
So to confirm what it is the physical examination along with biopsy of the growth is important.
Nothing is confirmed.Dont worry regarding the cancer.It might not be a serious problem
as there is no change in its appearance since many years.But accurate diagnosis might be made by biopsy of growth and if needed ultrasound.
So relax.Dont worry.
Hope this satisfies your query.
Feel free to discuss further.
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