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Doctor insights on: Causes Of Tiny White Bumps On Lower Left Leg

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Small red and sore bumps on lower left leg, pain in calf area and hurts to walk, only left leg only?

Small red and sore bumps on lower left leg, pain in calf area and hurts to walk, only left leg only?

Pain in calf: that makes it difficult to walk is definitely something you want to have looked at by your provider! The rash may or may not be related. Deep vein thrombosis sometimes present with pain in the calf region as well as swelling, warmth and redness. Get it physically looked at for a definitive diagnosis! ...Read more

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Small bump on left leg?

?: This is impossible to even guess at unless we had a much more detailed history and exam. You need to see a doctor for this. ...Read more

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I have this some kind of muscel bump in my upper left leg muscel, its not hurt , sometime it get big, sometime it get small, I have it for around 6 month?

I have this some kind of muscel bump in my upper left leg muscel, its not hurt , sometime it get big, sometime it get small, I have it  for around 6 month?

Get it checked: Do not ignore any bump that shows any growth.It may flucctuate in size but the fact is if it is new(was not there last year), then it should be examined by your doctor and an imaging study (like ultrasound/ct scan or mri) be done to find out about its nature.A biopsy may be needed if it is suspicious for a muscle tumor(sarcoma). ...Read more

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I've had a bump on my lower left back for a few months and is NOT visible I recently started getting pain when I walk on my left leg do you what it is?

Back bump/leg pain: Likely bump could be a ganglion cyst which develops in joint or tendon sheath from repetitive stress.usually resolves or lipoma/ (neuro)fibroma/ adenoma( non-cancer), . The leg pain could be the cysts effects or like sciatica, synovial cysts, herniated discs ( young for that). plantar faciitis, rarely the leg pain could also be avascular necrosis, diagnosed by triple phase bone scan f/u w/MD ...Read more

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I have many multiple small bumps I can feel under the skin on the bone of my left leg, some firm, some slightly firm. What kind of Dr should I see?

I have many multiple small bumps I can feel under the skin on the bone of my left leg, some firm, some slightly firm. What kind of Dr should I see?

Start with a general: doctor. If exam shows that these are in the skin or subcutaneous tissue, dermatologist or plastic surgeon is the proper specialist. If exam shows that these are in the bone, orthopedic surgeon. And if these are rhematoid nodules, a rheumatologist. ...Read more

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Aching off & on with pain in left leg by knee. Alsoo noticed tiny bump. What could be wrong?

Where is the bump?: And tiny means a whole lot os things. Knee pain is often from arthritis or effusion or inflammation. It could be a tear inside your knee. It could be a stress fracture. A lump can be a mass. I think with all these findings a visit to your doctor would help clarify things. You can be examined and you can have an xray or MRI for further eval. ...Read more

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I have a semi large bump on my lower left leg on the right side of my shin it hurts to the touch and hurts a Lil to walk and ItS red in color?

I have a semi large bump on my lower left leg on the right side of my shin it hurts to the touch and hurts a Lil to walk and ItS red in color?

?abscess: Short of an abscess or some infectious process, it is not normal to have a red, painful bump appear on your leg area. Have is checked out for a possible abscess, infected hair follicle, carbuncle, boil etc. Best wishes. ...Read more

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I woke up two days ago with red small bumps on my left leg. My brother had scabies two months ago but I do not live with him. Ran thru feild on fri.

I woke up two days ago with red small bumps on my left leg. My brother had scabies two months ago but I do not live with him. Ran thru feild on fri.

Possible.: Scabies generally has a prolonged presentation from time of exposure, it could take weeks from the initial exposure to develop the rash... so it depends on when you saw him last. Depending on the area you live, there are plenty of insects such as chiggers can cause welts/bumps. It's still worth going to the doc to check. ...Read more