A member asked:

Just noticed a small pea size lump on my outer thigh seems painful when i rub and its seems to be right under the skin. could this be a clot

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Dr. Steven Watry answered

Specializes in General Practice

Superficial clots form close to the skin, and are not a danger for embolism. Deep venous clots are deeper, generally larger and are a risk. Is more likely a cyst in formation. Try warm compress, and if it grows over sev days, might need Dr eval and antibiotics

Answered May 23, 2016



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