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Hard Lump On Frenulum
I have this small lumps in the frenulum part of labia minora. Its hard in texture & whitish. There is no pain or discharges. What could it be?? tnx
Frenulum: In your mouth or on your penis? If mouth - see your dentist. If penis - see your urologist. ...Read more
I have a small, very painful lump under my clitoris. The lump is on the Frenulum, right under my clit. Any help would be much appreciated! Thank you!
Trauma or cyst: Coud be scar tissue from an accident or hot substance, or a small cyst. If it doesn't go away in 2 weeks, have it checked out by your M.D. ...Read more
HI I have a small white yellow lump just under where I pee that looks like it is attached to my frenulum?
Doctor can check: In a healthy teen or young adult, trapped whitish material near the head of the penis (the glans) is sometimes just trapped oils and trapped old skin cells, inside a pore or inside a skin gland. One's primary care doctor can check (hopefully, the doctor will look closely to see if there is a tiny pore or opening where the whitish stuff might be able to get out). Be sure the foreskin moves freely. ...Read more
Hello I seem to have a pain on my frenulum in my mouth when I move my tongue, my partner says I have two lumps either side of it, do I need to see a d?
Contact DDS: Possibly clogged salivary ducts- see your dentist and possibly a referral may be needed to an oral surgeon if not remedied. ...Read more
My penis head, where the frenulum is located has a weird lump sticking out. Also that my foreskin is staying halfway at the head of the skin.
See Urologist: Could be a problem, more so w/foreskin than lump, particularly if gets caught all the way retracted or cannot retract. While addressing one concern can ask about other. ...Read more
I have a white bump on my maxillary labial frenulum. Also I have a round lump that I can feel but not see under my tongue behind my bottom teeth?
Lumps & bumps: Can be many things, often coincidental but unrelated. Most are benign. But the only way to be sure is to be examined. So please call your General Dentist to begin the diagnostic process. ...Read more
I have a large, very painful infected lump by the frenulum and labia minora on the left side of clitorus. It ruptured and pus with stones came out.
Is it improving?: There are normal glands there, adjacent to the clitoris. Any skin gland can become infected (like a large pimple). As long as the cyst has drained and is resolving, you may not need any further treatment. If it is swollen, red, or continuing to be tender, then you may need to see a Gyn doc to evaluate the area and s/he may consider antibiotics. ...Read more
Ridgeline like bumps running perpendicular to frenulum underneath tongue on both sides of mouth and one movable hard bump on floor of mouth underneath tongue. Are they blocked salivary ducts? What could cause them? They are painless, just concerning.
Cyst: Most likely an inclusion or sebaceous cyst. These are benign cyst that contain a white sebaceous material similar to that of a black head. These can become infected and present as painful lumps much like the cyst in this picture. Often times gentle pressure may express the material. If the lump is enlarging or becoming tender, have it evaluated. ...Read more
Get an exam.: There are many things that could cause a bump in the vagina. The best thing to do is have an exam, so that your doctor can see where exactly the bump is, color, if it is tender, etc. ...Read more
Have it checked: Lumps in the neck can be caused by a number of things ranging from from benign (like lymph nodes responding to an infection, cysts, or non-cancerous tumors) to serious things like cancer. Any neck lumps in someone who smokes are especially worrisome and should be checked by a physician. See your doctor soon, so he/she can do an exam and recommend a specialist if needed (like an ENT doctor). ...Read more
Different options: The face has a lot of things in it both in the skin and below it. Sweat glands, hair follicles and skin cysts as well as lymph nodes, fatty tissue, vessel, nerves and other things. Is the lump growing, inflamed, painful, painless, draining, recurrent or constant, moveable or fixed...? Each of these (and many more) will provide your doc the answers as to what it is and what needs to be done. ...Read more
Needs evaluation: Please see your dermatologist for an exam and possible biopsy. That is what is needed particularly if this is a recent condition. ...Read more
Cant' tell: Can't tell by description. See a doctor and get checked. ...Read more
Normal aging?: Without further information and in the absence of any reported symptoms, the hard lump the middle of your chest may be from ossification of the xiphoid process, located in the lower part of the sternum. It is the last bone to ossify in adults and usually does so in the 30's to 40's. Some report this as a new hard lump. Have your doctor examine it at your next appointment or annal physical. ...Read more
Not likely: This could actually be several different things. It could a collection of fat called a lipoma, it could be a sebaceous cyst which happens when a hair follicle gets plugged. It could also be an infection. Depending on where it is, it could possibly be something that needs medical attention. You would be encouraged to have a doctor look at it to tell you exactly what it is. ...Read more
Cold lump in chest:
Not clear what you mean. Do you have lump or just feel like there is one there?
Need more information ...Read more
1 look=1000 words: How big is the lump? Is it painful? Discolored? More information or maybe a picture would be helpful to further give an impression of what this means. It could be many different things, and many of these are not serious medical problems. Getting a doctor to look at it will help to tell what it is, but sometimes you don't know for sure until it is removed. But not all lumps need to be removed. ...Read more
Neck lump: A hard lump on the neck that lasts more than 2 weeks should be evaluated by a physician. Sometimes you can get a cyst or swollen lymph node, but if it's lasting for more than 2 weeks a clinical exam is important to determine whether this is something serious or not. If you have fever, redness over the lump, discharge from the lump, or difficulty opening your jaw you should see your doctor asap. ...Read more
Get it checked!: At your age, primary vaginal cancer is not likely. More commonly these are plugged glands or hair follicles or infections of the vaginal wall (HPV for example). Occasionally cancers (such as cervix or melanoma) can cause cancerous lumps in the vaginal wall. See a gynecologist or family doctor soon. ...Read more
Not at first: Most breast cancers are now detected with mammograms or other imaging rather than physical examination; they are too small to be able to feel. When cancers grow, they generally become hard lumps, but these may still be moveable. When the cancer is more advanced, it can become fixed to the chest muscles and become immobile. ...Read more