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swollen lymph nodes in one side of the groin

i am 25 yrs old and i have noticed a swollen lymph node around my groin for over a year now. It is actually moveable,but sometimes it disappears and after a day or so it comes back and often change in size. Over this period , i have not felt any symptoms whatsoever, even when i press the node, i feel no pain....From expert view, i realised it is normal for young adult but my concern is that the node has been there for long without pain or symptoms.please is this normal?
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by groin do you mean your groin or do you mean the nut sack? (pardon my vocab-just trying to understand you exactly)

I you mean the latter, i may be able to help
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i mean my groin(the pubic hair region) but situated on the left side
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