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I Have A Painless Pea Sized Lump Just Under The Skin Near My Abs What Could It Be
I found a hard pea-sized painless lump just inside my anus under the skin. I do have hemorroids, but this lump is not soft and not painful. ?
I have a small round lump about the size of a pea under the skin of my underarm its painless but should I get it checked?
Possibly: Most likely it is just an enlarged lymph node. If its been there for a short time you would most likely be ok with waiting an seeing if it goes away within the next week. If it becomes painful, swollen, res or you develop fevers then be seen sooner. If its been there a while then consider having it eyeballed by a doctor. ...Read more
Hard pea size lump under my armpit have stayed the same over 10 years, just noticed became slightly bigger but no pain, its moveable under the skin.
Sounds like a cyst: Sounds like a cyst. These can easily be removed in a local outpatient setting. Consult with a dermatologist and they can explain to you what it take to get it removed. Good luck. Dr. Kosari ...Read more
Pea size lump under the skin in my back near my neck
i noticed it about 1 week ago
No changing in size
Should I see doctor?
Follow: It may be a tiny lymph node or a cyst. If increasing in size or if signs of infection become evident; follow up with your doctor. ...Read more
There's a pea/dime sized lump under the skin of my upper inner thigh. It's been there while with no pain. What is it? How to treat/get rid of?
On top of rip cage noticed small hard pea sized lump under the skin, can move it a bit and no pain, is it a cyst? Fatty tissue, normal? See doctor?
See doc: See your doctor to have this biopsied if needed. ...Read more
I've noticed a small lump recently under the skin. size of pea 2 inches below my belly button. There is no pain, but today I wanted to poo but can't.
Our 12 yr old son, has a quarter size red spot just to the right side of his right nipple. It feels like a hard pea size lump just under the skin.
INFECTION: Quarter size red spot overlying a pea size hard mass (lymph node swelling) is probably an active infection if there is associated pain and fever. If not, may be the lymph node swelling is a result of prior infection of nearby area. If doesn't resolve in a week or two or getting worse, see his pediatrician. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers