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Pain and stiffness in hips, heavy sweating, advised consultation for lymph nodes in groin. What does that mean?

hi, I have recently had an MRI scan on my hips due to pain and stiffness . The consutlant however said that nothing can be seen to suggest this pain, all is fine. He did say I can lymph nodes in the groin and I need to see my doctor, what could this mean? Over the last month I have had a lot of sweating but as I am 50 I thought this might be menopause , I feel generally healthy.
Asked On : Wed, 18 Jul 2012
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Thank for asking to HCM
I really appreciate your concern looking to the history given here I could say that looking to your age and the period of menopause such symptoms are very likely and no need to worry about this, this symptoms better be treated with the symptomatic medicines, hope this information helps you, take care and have a nice day.
Answered: Mon, 23 Jun 2014
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