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Hard painless bump on hard palate. Shrinks during night. Pushing on with tongue gets bigger. Same color as palate. Had 4 month. Scared. Not torus. :(?
Oral surgeon: Are you sure that it's not torus palatinus which is harmless? An oral surgeon or an otolaryngologist are best qualified to advise you. ...Read more
Where my uvula hangs the roof is all swelled. hard time swallowing. feels like I'm gunna swallow my uvula. tight to breath?
Hit side of my wrist and lower hand very hard on solid door have hard lump sticking out not sore can move wrist fully what could this be?
Gall bladder: You may be having a gall bladder attack or irritation of the intestines or a muscle in the wall of your stomach. Please consider seeing your health care provider if it persists or worsens. ...Read more
Do : Do not know if you are a man or a woman. If a woman, do not know if you are perimenopausal, post menopausal or if you are in the child bearing years. Don't know if you have had a child or if you have breast fed an infant. Do not know if this is a new change to the nipple or if it has always been this way. Will assume that there is no discharge or fever since it was not mentioned. One nipple could be harder or more tender if there was differential friction on the nipples. Clearly, you indicate that there is a difference between one nipple and the other. I do not know the cause. There could be an infection, a blocked milk duct, a non- malignant tumor or a malignant tumor or this might be related to hormones. If the nipple is hard to the touch, i would recommend that you be evaluated, to ensure that there is not a mass causing it to be hard. ...Read more
Sebaceous cyst...: The most common lump as described is sebaceous cyst, which may grow in size with highly variable pace and may become infected occasionally leading to abscess. But a better diagnosis requires direct inspection and palpation after good history. So, collect the feature, degree, and course of the bump over time and bring them to see the experts timely. ...Read more
Head trauma: If you hit your head hard, it is best to seek medical attention. Signs of concussion - nausea, headache, confusion and require immediate attention. If you hit it hard enough you should also watch for late signs a month later of a slow bleed called a subdural hemorrhage. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Wat would cause my bms to go from brown hard log like to very soft mushy green. Peanut butter like.
Bowel shape, smell,: Color are dominated by diet. The colon absorbs water, and the rectum stores stool. That left "mushy" may have oily/fatty residue not well digested. Make a diary of what you eat, and what you poop. Fruits and vegetables tend to help bm flow freely and less hard. Bananas, rice tend to constipate. ...Read more
Hard lump on bottom left part of head right on the bone. Very stiff n sore when pressed. What could it be? I'm 17
Sounds like....: ....A little infection. You should see your doctor so s/he can determine the cause and the right treatment to make it go away. ...Read more
Natural Process: The good news is that area has fantastic blood supply and so healing will occur rapidly. Inflammation (red, hot, tender swelling) is the body increasing the blood flow to the injury to bring healing factors to the area and also the veins expand to carry bad stuff away. Dressings and ointments are of no value there. Avoid further trauma to the area and let nature take it's course. ...Read more
Writing pen head sized hard bumps on the penis head...Barely see them, but definitely feel them when erect...Suggestions?
Hard pea sized lump next to shin bone, about half way down leg, quite close to a mole, slightly tender if pressed, moves slightly, what could it be?
Ganglion cyst?: I'll bet that's what you've got. Show your physician next time you visit for a routine physical. If the thing starts growing massively or gets painful, get seen sooner. ...Read more
Torus: You may have a benign overgrowth of bone known as a torus. This looks like a knot in the roof of your mouth. Tori can also occur on your lower jaw. It is a very slow overgrowth of bone. If a torus gets too large, it can be removed through a surgical procedure. See your dentist about this so a true diagnosis can be made. ...Read more
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