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Epididymal Tail Hard
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Tiny hard pimple lump & new pea sized hard pimple like lump inches away from cervix opening,random sharp pain from left abdomen shoots down to vagina?
Large Hard Movable painful Lump in left Breast surface feel like cauliflower over12 months no swollen lymph nodes GP says Seed Cyst after exam True?
Breast self exam adv: I would advise you to examine your breast once monthly. The best time to do this exam is soon after your monthly period has ended. if you find the size of the lump is increasing, you will need a mammogram and/or Ultrasound of your breast. It could be all due to fibro-cystic changes caused by the hormonal changes during the monthly cycles. Does this lump become more or less painful during the month ...Read more
Painful breast lump: Please kindly see your doctor to get checked out. Being painful it's important to make if it's an infection. ...Read more
I have a round marble size hard immovable lump on pubic bone and left lower quadren possable reasons?
Bag of worms: Typically a varicocele is described as feeling like "a bag of worms". ...Read more
Pea size rock hard left parotid and l & r superclavicular lymph nodes, 2cm left rock hard submandibular lymph node & achy dull joints.
Firm pea sized lump. Finger length into anus harder than hemmhoroid. Painless. Right, slightly anterior. Feels like a lymph node? No bleeding/discharg
Monitoring Centers: Lymphatic system absorbs/carries things too big to go into the arteries/veins like bacteria eaten by white cells and digested food. Lymph nodes "taste" the lymph for anything bad like bacteria/viruses/cancers, etc. When it detects a problem, it alerts the immune system and your body reacts. They enlarge in response to the inflammation they create when they react. They shrink when all is well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Laying in bed. Scrotum relaxed, hard lump on left testicle and hurts overall testicle when touching. Ultrasound done, no cancer. What can this be?
Medical examination: You should show it to your family doctor or go to a Urologist. Any lump in this area needs quick attention. Only a physical examination can determine what it might be. Guesswork does not help here! ...Read more
Several tender, moveable bumps like large bean-on inside -on fatty part-of knee. Cysts? Lymph nodes? Could it be lymphoma? No injury.
Can not be guessing!: If you have something new that was not there before, you should get a medical examination from your family doctor. I do not think you have lymphoma as this is not a proper place for lymphomas since no lymph nodes are located on the front or on the sides of the know(there is a lymph node or two in the back of the knee ). If that is where these growths are located, then you should go see your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
After masturbateing, large somewhat movable lump deep under penis shaft very little pain near bottom of penis and beginning of tesitsack its hard lump?
Have it examined: See a urologist or your family doctor and have it evaluated. ...Read more
Need exam: Can't tell from here. You need to see a doctor as this could be a problem needing attention. ...Read more
Do I have periurethral abscess? Undern penis where urethra joins scrotum is enflamed walnut bump. No pain. Only noticeable when erect. 31y.o.
A sebaceous cyst?: A painless walnut-sized bump noticeable at erection could represent a asymptomatic sebaceous cyst, which usually needs no active care as long as being comfortable mentally and physically. Nonetheless, it is still hard to draw right conclusion without a direct look at and feel on it. To have the health-related things for good care done correctly, go to http://formefirst.com/eNewsletter06.html. Best ...Read more
Found small lump near epydimis right testicle hard and some pain when touched. Same bumb on other testicle not as pronounced TC or cyst?
May be OK: You can check with your physician or see a urologist ...Read more