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Small lump in groin, tiredness, depression, body pain, rashes, swelling. Causes?

Hi, I am 30 year old female...I have had a small marble sized lump in my groin , for 10 days. I thought it would be swollen lymph nodes, over the phone my doctor perscribed me anti biotics in case of an infection. It has not really got rid of it. I feel tired, but always do, and suffer from depression . I feel slightly achey too. There is now a red mark around the top of my thigh and the area is swollen. I can not get an appointment until Monday so slightly worried that it is something very serious. before the lump appeared, i had had a very vigorious massage - which was painful. I wonder if I have a hernia or something..thanks a lot
Asked On : Sat, 26 May 2012
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it is fungal infection in my opinion as the area is more prone to fungus
and all the symptomp you wrote can be explained on fungal infection
keep dry and airy
wipe sweat frequenrtly
loose undergarments or no
fluconazole tab 150mg once a wk for 4-6 wk
anti fubgal powders and creams long time
antiallergic sos for itch and analgesic for pain
no oily solutions creams on area
Answered: Sat, 26 Oct 2013
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