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I have a lump between pelvis & abdomen doctor said no hernia or tumors or cyst what could it be ? It causes pain but not when i push down to it

I have a lump between pelvis & abdomen doctor said no hernia or tumors or cyst what could it be ? It causes pain but not when i push down to it

Where exactly?: Where exactly is the lump? Between pelvis and abdomen is too vague. Is it a superficial (ie. Can you see it?) lump or is it something that is internal that was seen on an ultrasound or a ct scan? Also important to know how big it is. What type of dr told you it was not a hernia, tumor, or cyst? Did they see it or are they also answering your question based on your description? ...Read more

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Hard lump on left pelvis, what could be the reason?

Hard lump on left pelvis, what could be the reason?

Lymph node or hernia: Those would be two common causes of a hard lump in the pelvis. Other cuases would include: an abscess, a cyst, lipoma - but these are usually softer. ...Read more

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Does it necessarily mean if I have a lump by my pelvis from a severe fall that is pain free that it's considered a hernia ?

No: Hernias are holes in the abdominal wall, through which intra-abdominal tructures such as fat or intestines can protrude. This is seen and/or felt as a lump under the skin. A hernia may or may not be painful. ...Read more

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I strained my groin and now I feel a pain free lump by my pelvis. What can it be ?

Likely a lymph node: You likely pulled a muscle and the small lump is a lymph node that came up as part of your body's response to injury. It will likely resolve by itself. If it doesn't go away in a few weeks or starts getting bigger, you should see a doctor as it may imply an infection or even a tumor. ...Read more

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I had a severe fall and I hurt my groin but I just noticed a lump by my left pelvis can it be a hernia ? It doesn't hurt when I touch it

Go see your doctor: A picture is worth a thousand words so i can only envision a fraction of the lump you're describing. Hernias will vary depending upon size & duration. New small ones are usually noticeable only when straining. Large hernias that have been present & ignored for a long time are typically pain free. Hernias that are strangulated (no blood supply) or incarcerated (stuck in place) are usually painful. ...Read more

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Painful hard lump lower left side above pelvis?

Painful hard lump lower left side above pelvis?

Hard to say: it may be nothing of consequence, but to be sure you should visit your doctor. It's one of those vague things that's hard to tell without an exam. If it's causing pain, it's always better to get in and be seen. ...Read more