Can Thyroid Problems Cause Swollen Lymph Nodes In The Groin Area?


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ray of light Profile
ray of light answered
The lymph nodes are part of lymphatic system. These are small swellings containing lymph and WBC and present all over the body . Thyroid glands if infected cause swelling of lymph nodes of neck and groin.
Amelia Kennedy Profile
Amelia Kennedy answered
Yes, there are lymph nodes in almost every place in your body and thyroid problems can affect the lymph nodes in your groin. Try not to touch the swollen area because it will only irritate it more.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Pain in groin area, only hurt when seated.

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