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Dear Doctors.

I have decently found a large concentration of "Hard bumps" under my skin in my groin area, on both side. some bumps greater then the other. but none more then about 1/2 of an inch. They feel fairly solid and stuck to underlaying tissue. (They are not mobile)
I am terrified that these bumps are actually lymph nodes with Metastatic cancer..
Tomorrow I will be seeing my Doctor again, But I am afraid that he will blame it on my Hypochondria.
My doctor has done blood tests, which showed fine. this was about 2 month's ago, he also felt the area with the bumps, but back then I did not realise they were there yet, and he did not say anything about them. So I am afraid that they popped up since then.

I am very afraid..Cannot sleep and feel asif I am on the edge of a nervous breakdown...

Kind regards, and hoping for an answer.

Kraggy


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replied April 30th, 2009
General Q and A Answer A6413


It is very important for a medical professional to examine the “bumps”. You might be overly sensitive about your body, paying too much attention to minor details.


On the other hand, it is possible that the bumps might be due to a mild skin inflammation. What might have caused it can not be determined without an additional examination by a medical professional.


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