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Forum Name: Miscellaneous Cancer Topics

Question: Groin Spot type thing

 pottyandy - Mon Sep 17, 2007 3:01 pm

Hello, I went 16 in may, 6 week ago i found a spot on my groin skin abit abouve my penis because i had an itch, it got big and red, and eventually i popped it and it went, i felt just a random moment for no reaosn and felt a little bump its on my skin,

I get very worked up and cant stop feeling it, when i feel it now its not a lump or spot i can feel my lymph nodes under the skin, so im quite sure its on my skin,

If i keep feeling it the area somtes look a very light shade of purple where it is, but then if i leave it alone i can feel a little spot like bump again.

So im sure its on the skin, i get worked up about these things thinking i have cancer!

If you was looking for cancer what would you be feeling for?
 pottyandy - Wed Sep 19, 2007 7:39 am

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Here are some pictures of it. It is a light purple circle in my groin area, there is no lumps as such. Just would like an opinion thankyou!


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