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how old are you?
what is your height and weight?
your symptoms don't point to cancer.
runners can cause groin muscle pulls or muscle strains in their groin area.
you can also have gas pains in your left lower quadrant of your abdomen as well.
you should keep a food diary to see what foods cause more gas and pains.
gluten wheat protein can cause gas symptoms
milk and lactose in milk can cause gas in some patients.
constipation can cause pain there.
inflammation of your bladder from not drinking enough water can cause pain there.
no ,the pain is not from lymphoma.
you should try to stretch your groin muscles on both sides
you can look at youtube videos to learn groin muscle stretches
I bet this will help
you can also try ice packs or heating pads in the area.
your symptoms don't sound severe or constant.
yes, a groin injury can show up if you haven't been running.
it can be from heavy lifting or squating position.
I don't think you have lymphoma.
there are no lymph nodes in the mons pubis area.
I know you don't have lymphoma there
the mons pubis is the padded fat area above your vagina.
most likely due to inflammation of your pubic symphisis in your pelvis.
you don't have lymphoma.
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