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So no doctor has looked at either of these? Tell me all you can about both lumps please.
No one has seen the lumps at this time. I work for a local member of parliament in Canada and we are trying real hard to get doctors in this area. I'm also French and pardon me ahead of time if I have spelling mistakes.
The lump in my throat grew to the size of a small marble. In the past 2 months it has shrunk considerably although then found this lump in my groin. If I were to draw a line from the lump accross my lap, it's paralelle to my lower pubic bone and the widest part of my hips. It is located on the left side of my groin seam (if that makes sense).
Are these both movable? Are they soft, firm, or hard? How long has the groin lump been there?
Yes both are movable, but the groin lump more so than the other. The throat lump is harder than the groin, although the throat is very round whereas the groin is more oval. I've only noticed the groin lump 2 weeks ago.
There is no specific trigger. The only warning I get is a small pinch in my belly and if I'm not close to a bathroom, there is nothing I can do to stop it. It's always yellow in color. Before relocating to the north I lived in the city and was followed by a endocronogist for Grave's Disease which was resolved; OBGYN because I became post-menopausal in 28 days when I was 34; and a dematogist because I have developed pustular psoriasis. I don't want to seem in rough shape but this is the body god gave me.
How often does this happen and is there any relation to anything you eat? Is the stool normal in consistency, loose, etc.?