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What you are describing could indeed be a hernia. When you are standing, can you push it back to where it belongs?
Often when there is a hernia, you can push it back through the aperture where it "escaped" from. Since it seems immobile, your primary provider will need to check it out. It could still be a hernia, or a swollen lymph node from some infection or inflammation you have in the area, or it could be a cyst. Sorry, but someone is going to have to see it and feel it to provide a diagnosis.