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    lyssalets22 posted:
    I have a hard lump about the size of a walnut in my left groin area. It isn't painful unless I press on it. I do feel a slight pressure in that area though. What could this be? There is a chance I may be pregnant, but it is too soon to tell. So I was wondering if anyone else has ever experienced this or if the lump and possibly being pregnant are related in any way.
    We had a condom break and I didn't notice this lump until about 4-5 days later. It has been about 12 days since the condom break.
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    northern_girl responded:
    No expert, but could be a hernia


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