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Bumps On Back Of Neckline
There is not a way: To diagnose your lesion with the information provided. It would be in your best interest to be evaluated by your dermatologist - especially if this is a mole that has changed in color, has variegated colors, irregular contours, bleeds, is assymetric or bleeds/ itches. ...Read more
My cousin has bumps on his back a lot of them some has white stuff in them. He said they don't itch.
There are multiple places on my body that contain "bumps" with fragmented white material. They appear primarily on my back.?
Upload photo: An image would help possibly diagnose this if you were to upload one. ...Read more
I have a small bump on the lower left of my back it feels kind of squishy. And it started to give me some pain last night when I layed down.
Squishy bump back: Most likely a lipoma. They more you push on it the more it will hurt. But need more details. If lipoma nothing to worry about. ...Read more
My brother has a bump on his back the size of a quarter. It feels hard and does not hurt him. He works out in the sun. Any clues as to what it is?
More info: A little more information is needed. How er how long has he had this? Has it changed in size or shape? Tender or painful? Not uncommon to have some skin masses if it bothers him go to doctor and have it removed ...Read more
Have a bump in the top middle of my back that feels like a big marble & is visible, has been there for yrs, only hurts when pressed. What could it be?
Not uncommon: Sounds like a sebaceous cyst. It forms when the hole that sebum comes through gets covered over yet the gland keeps making sebum. Fast forward years and you have this lump. Sometimes they burst and they have the grossest stuff in it. I opened one up in clinic and the inside hit the ceiling. They recurr if drained so taking them off is the only absolute cute. Hot compress can help if it's sore. ...Read more
Yes, some at the ---:
Lower end of the neck, is very prominent bump, in a thin, skinny person. Its called the vertebra prominens (7th cervical vertebra). Seen easily in young growing kids or in adults who are rather skinny.
Have it seen by your pcp, if its something you recently developed.
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Bumps in tongue: Sorry but that has to be seen by a dr. I would sugest you to see an ENT (ear, nose, throat specialist. If you are a smoker there are changes for tumors or cancer in the tongue or mouth. Other possibilities are simple glossitis or inflammation, yeast, other fungal infections, abscesses. ...Read more
Make an appointment: Rather than worry, take action. Share the problem with a professional, starting with your regular doctor. This is the best way to address the worry-->address the cause of the worry. You'll move forward and feel better. ...Read more
Go see your doctor: Go see your family doctor or geriatrician who first needs to examine you in order to be able to diagnose your bumps before offering any therapy. Perhaps it will be as simple as a cream. Or perhaps, you may need an excision. Or a referral to a dermatologist. Regardless, best to go see your doc for an initial evaluation. ...Read more
Need evaluation: Primary care doctor could determine the best option of treatment including if referral to a dermatologist is needed. ...Read more