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Coccyx Mass Symptoms
What can a palpable mass in the left lower quad be. With symptoms of severe pain at times that radiates to the lower back, and nite sweats at times.?
Mass on lower rib, symptoms leg cramps, lower back ache, chest congestion and tiredness and fatigue. I have CP what cud this b?
What is CP: You certainly need to discuss this with your phyician . This group of signs and symptoms may have a very simple explanation. Also they may all not be related. I'm not certain what you mean by CP. Your physician should help clarify how much of each of these symptoms is been a related and what the cause maybe ...Read more
Large mass inside my vagina, how can I tell difference between prolapse or some kind of growth? Only 30, prev hyst/ov removal. Extreme coccyx pain too
I have what looks like a large mass or two things inside my vagina which basically close it up. My whole vulva area looks warped with lumps and colours. what could this be? Coccyx & pelvic pain too.
See your doctor: One thing that comes to mind is the possibility of enlarged and possibly infected Bartholin's cysts. The Bartholin glands are around the vaginal lips and can become blocked, creating a cyst or sometimes an abscess. Abscesses need to be drained and can cause infection further than just the vulvo-vaginal area.This could explain your pelvic pain. Please see your doc for proper diagnosis and treatment ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Still have pain 4-5 months after falling on coccyx. Recent MRI showed no fracture; instead a mass behind uterus close to coccyx. Could this be culprit?
It could: That could be causing referred pain. The mass needs to be evaluated and diagnosed. Best wishes to you. ...Read more
Palpable mass 2 CM on lower back right side (intramuscular) painless in stand position it's not palpable ?
See MD: Hard to define what you are describing. This could represent a fatty mass known as a lipoma--or could represent other issues. Your question sounds medically aware, I presume you are in an allied health field. best not to guess and therefore, I recommend your seeing your physician. Good luck. ...Read more
Brother has hyperechoic heterogenous mass measuring 12 x 4 x 7 cms in lower back and in agony what is it?
Need to see your MD: Any testicular mass first suspicion is malignancy , tend to spread rapidly to peri-aortic lymph nodes causing back pains, must see your doctor to rule out tumor. Testicular tumors are curable iearly diagnosis is essential , response will be good even with late diagnosis. ...Read more
What kind of 4cm mass deep in the soft tissue might not show on a ultrasound in the lower back sacral? Ultrasound showed no mass xray showed nothing.
Back Mass: I would not even speculate on what this could be. You should follow with those who are obviously already working this up. ...Read more
Distal ureter: There are a few mechanisms by which this happens - the most common is that a kidney stone that is lodged in the distal ureter can cause referred pain to the back. That said, Any testicular mass should be evaluated immediately by your doctor (as the cure rates are extremely high especially when caught early). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have been having this awful stabbing pain in my lower back/hip area. It feels like a hard mass and feels like a burning tingling sensation?
My MRI results: Mildly heterogeneous myometrial echotexture without a well circumscribed mass .. could this explain my abdominal and lower back pain?
Hard smooth golf ball size mass in rectum in wall approx 3" above anal opening. Is painful and radiates to lower back and pelvis (all on right side). Constipated some. No blood. 34yr female. Also some uterine pain / issues . How serious is this?
Mass on the back of my neck, attached to R side of my spine. Had stat MRI. Have lower back pain-4 months, hip/leg pain. Does this sound like a tumor?
I had an ultrasound done of the abdomen and they found an isoechoic lesion of the lateral left hepatic lobe, it measured 4cm. Does isoechoic mean a solid mass? My ultrasound was done because I was experiencing lower back pain and bloating.
Isoechoic: is a descriptive term that means the lesion is similar in grayness/brightness to adjacent liver tissue. It does imply a solid lesion, however. Most of these incidental liver masses in your age group, assuming no history of cancer, turn out to be benign, usually hemangiomas. You made need to have an additional test, usually CT or MRI, to show that it is a hemangioma vs something else ...Read more
Lower back pain, constipation,nausea, headaches. Taken many pregnancy tests. All negative. Feel mass in stomach area. Hurts to touch. Should i see gp?
Get examined ASAP: Your symptoms require examination, evaluation. testing, diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more
What are symptoms of a sacral or coccyx chordoma? Is a pointy or sharp tailbone that protrudes a symptom of this disease?
Few symptoms: Chordoma is a rare malignancy of the lower sacrum, typically in male patients over 40. It is often associated with deep pain in pelvis/sacrum, and bowel obstruction due to the mass interfering with evacuation of colon. Neurologic symptoms are rare until late and include sciatica and bowel/bladder dysfunction. Tumors are slow growing, hard to resect/cure, and often found late in the disease. ...Read more
What are the symptoms and treatment for coccyx (or cocycycal) virus? Are these two the same virus?
Lump on right side coccyx - marble sized, painful to sit (sit all day). Also frequent constipation. Pilonidal Cyst? Chordoma? No other symptoms. 31y/o
Probable pilonidal: See gen. SurgeonGet a more detailed answer ›