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Hard Bump On Elbow
I have this hard bump on my elbow. Its movable and I was wondering if I should get it clocked out. It has been there for 8 months now. ?
Probably benign: I would have this checked out only f it is bothering you. Otherwise I would not worry about it. ...Read more
I have. Read hard bumps. On my elbow. When I hit them on something. It's a burning feeling. What is it?
There is a small, hard, white bump on my husband' elbow.Does not hurt except if pressed hard.Started small became big after scratching.What could it b?
Not sure: I would see a dermatologist to make the correct diagnosis. ...Read more
My boyfriend gets random bumps under the surface of his skin. They do not pop up too often and when they do they usually go away pretty quick. But they are usually about the size of a quarter and are hard. He has one in his elbow that is always there. The
These : These could be either cystic lesions or nodules. There are many different types, some more worrisome than others. The fact that they go away is a good sign. However, the bottom line here is to have an evaluation by his primary care provider or dermatologist for a clear diagnosis. Good luck. ...Read more
I hit my elbow hard a few yrs ago and have a hard bump on it now that feels like bone, what could it be?
Recurring rash on the inside of rt. Elbow which first appeared 1 yr ago. The rash consists of a few hard, itch-less bumps at any given time?
I have this hard bump on my arm, under the skin and it is starting to feel tingly and move up to my elbow. it hurts to touch it as well ?
Bump: Any lump or bump changing its characters warrants an evaluation by a health care provider. ...Read more
I have a small lump/bump under skin near elbow on outer forearm. Its skin colour, feels softish (i think) and seems to disappear if i press on it hard?
Have had a rash that does NOT itch unless it's scratched and small, hard bumps around it, located at the back of the forearm, just below the elbow. ?
A picture is worth a: thousand words. I highly recommend you have your doctor or dermatologist look at it. A fixed location skin eruption that doesn't really itch should be carefully evaluated. ...Read more