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    Swollen Nodes
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    Anon_130404 posted:
    I have had breast cancer (4 yrs. ago) and breast cancer reoccur in my supraclavicular lymph nodes (last year). For years I have had a swollen lymph node in my left groin. Recently it has enlarged slightly and there is pain in the area. I had the ovary removed from that side at a young age due to ovarian cysts. Do I need to be concerned that it is cancer related?
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    Haylen_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Hi anon,

    I believe this is a question you should take to your doctor - enlargement and pain should not be ignored.

    Additionally, there is an excellent WebMD Breast Cancer Community here:

    http://exchanges.webmd.com/breast-cancer-exchange

    Haylen


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