Swollen limp node in groin
Swollen lymph nodes are common early in a cold or flu, but they can also signify a more serious condition, such as an immune disorder or, very rarely, cancer. However, if your lymph nodes feel hard or painful, have a fever, have chills or aches, and have a history of lymphedema, it’s time to visit the doctor.
Usually, a swollen lymph node is the result of a common infection, but occasionally they can signal an underlying medical condition, such as an immune disorder or, very rarely, cancer. But if your lymph nodes feel hard or painful, have a fever, have chills or aches, and have a history of lymphedema, you should visit the doctor.
Male and female groin lymph nodes can both become enlarged due to a variety of causes, including a lower body infection, such as a yeast infection or athlete’s foot. However, the causes of swollen lymph nodes in the groin are more varied in women. Functions of the lymph nodes in the groin include filtration and removal of cellular debris, and production of white blood cells and antibodies. Swollen lymph nodes in the groin can be a sign of a more serious underlying condition, such as lymphoma or cancer.
Here is how to treat swollen, inflamed lymph node in the groin with acupuncture points. An ancient Korean doctor Huh Im suggested three different treatments. First, needle the following acupuncture points.
LV3, KI3, KI6 and BL61
Another way to treat swollen inflamed lymph node in the groin is write the name of the patient’s father on the area. Then, there will be no suppuration. As a result, it will work well within a few days.
The other way is to needle the hard lump with a round needle. And then apply 3 x 7 moxa cones on it. This will result in complete healing.