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Fatty Lump In Arm
Small pea size lump on upper outer arm it's been there about 1 yr gp said its ok just fatty lump I have 2 hairs growing from it,itchy sometimes
As long as it's not: hrowing or changing color it should simply be monitored by your physician ...Read more
Lump under right arm fatty area? Hard, painful, none movable, red-purple tent, internal & raised above skin level, burning & sharp radiating pains
Infection: Heat. If doesn't resolve see md to see if antibiotics or further workup needed. ...Read more
I had a lump in my arm. I got it removed and the doctor said that it was a fatty lump. Now I have more in my legs.He didn't send the lump for biopsy. What should I do?
Feel pebble like lumps in fatty areas in upper arms, thighs, and stomach. Normal?? Terrified of pancreatic cancer.
Get seen: Thanks for clarifying. If they are actually rock-hard, it's worth an exam as this is a warning of the rare acinar carinoma that produces lipase. You'd feel sick. If they are merely the ordinary septa that one feels in healthy fat, ignore them. Many people, especially women, have their fat divided by fibrous septa as "gynoid lipodystrophy" -- your own fears make a doctor's visit worthwhile. ...Read more
I'm an overweight female and I have an area on my arm that looks like the fat has made a separate lump. Bruised looking. It is soft and achy at times.
I have a lump in the fat of my lower stomach ''the pooch'' if you will. i also have a lump in the fat of my arm by the elbow. the lumps have not grown?
Fat & lumps: You can not spot lose fat. If you have actual lumps - would recommend medical evaluation of these. ...Read more
Hello doctor... My Left side breast is bigger than right...there are no lumps, no pain, no discharge, it looks connected to under arm fat.....wht it ?
Normal: One breast is normally always bigger than the other after development as Mother Nature never gets it exactly even. The breasts have an "axillary tail" that runs into the arm pit normally and is connected by a ligament called Cooper's, thus the term" Cooper's droop" for sagging breasts later in life. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer