I actually have one single swollen lymph node in my groin.
Its size of bean
I dint have any leg injury, muscle pull or what so ever.
I only have a skin infection inside my thighs which are caused by sweat galnds and they are little
swollen, Itchy all time and cause irritation and i have got one lymph node swelling in the same side.
Its not hurting and its only one. No other symptoms like fever or whatsoever.
I would like to know if such skin infection cause the lymph nodes to swell?
I'm not a doctor but I think your skin infection is very likely the cause of your swollen node. Lymph nodes that swell in the groin tend to be caused by infection near by. However, if the swelling persists for more than a few weeks, it would probably be a good idea to have it looked at by a doctor.
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