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Question: lumps under skin in groin area.

 adrian1985 - Wed Dec 22, 2004 6:36 pm

ey. A few weeks ago i had a red rash on my inner thighs. Presumed this was jock-itch and bought some antifungal cream which got rid of this rash (the skin is still a different colour though).

Before i used this medicine i notices a small bump under my skin on the inner thigh about the size of a pea. This eventually disappeared but now i have a fair few more of them in the groin area and on the inner side of my buttocks. They only seem to hurt when i sit down or touch them however the one on my buttock is probably 5cm in length.

Any ideas as to what it could be and how to treat it?
 Dr. Russell M - Sat Dec 25, 2004 8:21 pm

User avatar Hi!

I suggest you show your lesions to a doctor/dermatologist. It would be difficult to hand out a diagnosis over the net without seeing them.



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