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Hard Lump In Buttock Cheek Tennis Ball
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 two small hard unmovable and painless lumps on each upper thighs. A similar lump on left hip. Huge lum. behind stomach fat. Hurts when pressed?
Lipoma: Sounds like they may be lipomas which are benign encapsulated accumulations of fat. Many people have them and they do not require any intervention unless they are so large they are cosmetically unappealing or pressing on a nerve and causing pain. An examination by your provider can confirm this is the case. Very rarely is any additional testing needed to make this diagnosis. ...Read more
22, lump smaller than golf ball but bigger than marble in groin area where thigh meets bikini area which is firm and not painful, 8 weeks now noticed?
Nodes: What you feel is most likely an enlarged lymph node. These filter infection from the lower extremities. If it is tender, it is likely due to some source of infection in your leg/foot region. If it is not tender, it could be something signficant. Either way, see your doctor for further evaluation. One other possibility is an inguinal or femoral hernia. Again, see your doctor. ...Read more
Let me advise you: To have this lump on the collar bone without current or previous injury it concern me, but if you had injury could be related to that. Go and check it out have them take x-ray and see what happen. Good luck. ...Read more
Tender hard lump less than dime size on left front neck ?Tendons?... Tight muscles both sides. Pain down to shoulder when touched. Not like lymph lump
Get it checked: A long list of things can cause a lump like that - some more serious than others. Since it is painful, you should have it evaluated by your doctor. ...Read more
Hard lump in inner elbow and armpit. Both pea-sized, movable and rock hard. Appeared about 2wks ago.
Lymph nodes: Get examined for infection and evaluation of lymph node formation. This will also require blood testing ...Read more
Needs to be checked: It needs to be checked and felt.It may be a cyst or a hematoma so go let your doctor check it to find what it can be. ...Read more
Small hard spot in crotch area near the crease between thigh and crotch. Feels like a small ball under the skin. Also painless. Really worried...
Sebaceous cyst?: Something like this usually turns out to be nothing serious at all, often a sebaceous cyst or something similar. No STD causes such things and neither does any other serious infection or cancer. See a doctor if it continues to enlarge, gets red or sore, or you otherwise are worried. In the meantime, hands off. Repeatedly feeling it or squeezing will cause increased pain and make diagnosis harder. ...Read more
Pea size lump in left front thigh, mid way down under skin.Feel it when rub into leg. Slightly smaller one in same place on right thigh. Bit tender. ?
Probably nothing: It's probably nothing to be concerned with, but if you are get an evaluation in person wit a physician. Good luck. ...Read more
Need clinical exam: See your dentist for a diagnosis and treatment. Swellings in the mouth could be many different situations. Pain is an indicator that something is wrong. Get in to see your dentist soon. These thing are best treated sooner than later. ...Read more
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?
Small soft pea size lump (about 0.5)near my lateral malleolus in my right leg
And there is smaller one in my left leg
Lesions: It could be a few things: could be a fat mass, a cyst(fluid filled structure usually benign), bony growth. If it doesn't hurt it is unlikely that is an abscess but if it was red and sinful that is one possibility. I usually refer my patients to see surgery in order to have them checked and decide if the lesion needs removal. ...Read more
My 14yo son (soccer player) has a golf ball size bony mass under his right knee. top of his shine bone. painful at times. Grad. gotten bigger.
Osgood-Schlatter?: Osgood-Schlatter knee is a common cause of knee pain in teens. It is inflammation of the area just below the knee where the tendon from the kneecap (patellar tendon) attaches to the shinbone (tibia). Because physical activity puts additional stress on bones, muscles, and tendons, kids who participate in sports (such as running or jumping sports) have a higher chance of this. His doctor can help. ...Read more