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Do Tumors Hurt
Not usually...: But there are always exceptions to any rule. Breast cancers can present as a mass, or with nipple discharge, or skin dimpling etc. The only way to know for sure and get some peace of mind is to see your doctor for an evaluation. May need mammogram, ultrasound, MRI and/or a biopsy for a definite determination. Unless you have a strong family history, odds are low you're dealing with a cancer. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
By pressure: It may be causing pressure effect on pain sensitive areas. ...Read more
Possibly.: Benign tumors do not spread to distant sites. However they can grow and cause local issues. If the growth begins to cause pain it may be causing local damage due to its size. Recommend that you see your primary md for further evaluation. Even benign tumors sometimes need to be removed. ...Read more
Cyst: A surface mass that feels tire-rubber-firm (not woody-hard) and that you suspect would burst is very likely an epidermoid inclusion ("sebaceous") cyst. It seems to be bothering you as it would most people, and should be seen and probably excised, and if you have a mass of uncertain nature, excision is generally a good choice. ...Read more
My finger is very very big due to 2 tumors on it and my finger with skin beside it hurts me much, what should i do?
Removal: See your doctor about removal. LGet a more detailed answer ›
What is this? I have two round balls growing inside towards the side of my neck one ball is bigger then the other you can't see it only feel it when you touch it and it doesn't hurt do I need to remove it ? Is it a tumor ?
Your : Your description is a bit confusing. Not sure what you mean Ã—Â´inside towards the side of youe neckÃ—Â´ the possibilities of what this balls mean is very broad. You need to see an ear nose and throat dr. So he can examine you. I would do it sooner than later. Michel siegel, md. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer