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Lump In Ribs Symptoms
8yr. old son has a mass on his right side just below his ribs, no pain or other symptoms, what could this be from?
Does this sound like hernia symptoms?under my left rib cage at night it feels like something is sliding around and a lump is there also.
Could be: It could be a hernia. If the lump is there all the time then it may be something else. Hernia lumps tend to come out or be more pronounced when there is increased abdominal pressure like when straining to have a bowel movement or when coughing. Have your doctor check it to make sure of the cause of the lump. ...Read more
I found a lump (size of a golf ball) on my left rib cage. Im a 16 year old female and have no other symptoms. Im freaking out, what could it be?
Today i just found a lump under my left breast on the rib cage. It is very painful and I have another on left back rib which radiates to the front. Are these symptoms of cancer?
Need to see your doc: Only a doctor's examination can clarify what it is. Any lump, if it is new and it is real, means something is wrong. It can be an infection(skin) or it could be something else. ...Read more
Many swollen neck lymphs. itchy eyes. Hard lumps started on collarbone(was painful now isn't), more painless ones formed in 3 months, rib cage, shin, back of neck few on chest. good blood work, blood counts, crp, clean chest x-ray. no other symptoms
Lymph glands: Generalized enlargement of lymph nodes are seen in infectious mononucleosis, malignant blood dyscrasias and other infections. I'm not sure that they would be found on the rib cage itself or on the shin bone. I recommend an evaluation by a hematologist or an infectious disease specialist. A lymph node biopsy as well as other tests may be advised by the specialist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Mate says he has a few lumps on his chest, what are some symptoms of cancer if he has lumps there?
Why cancer: Lumps on chest can be many things most of which are benign. If been there a while and unchanged probably nothing. If new have someone look at them. ...Read more
What else?: Have you eaten something you don't usually? Shrimp, nuts? Depending on age and exposure to some foods, food allergy could present in this way. A panic attack could also present in this way. Are you having trouble talking or breathing? Those are serious signs. If you''ve had neithe before, i would seek medical attention now, and make sure you aren't having a serious reaction. ...Read more
Pain in middle upper chest and just below the left collar bone with a small lump.Occasional numbness in left arm.Occurs randomly.No other symptoms.
Upper CP: hello ~ I think you should go and see a Dr and have him examine you. thanks ...Read more
I have 2 lumps, both sides of my upper chest 2 in. Below the collar bones. No symptoms of cancer, tender to touch. Doc said it was ligament strain. ?
Unusual: It is unusual that ligament strain would result in lumps. The other information that i would want to know is if you are male vs female. In females, i would make sure of a recent breast examination, as cysts can occur. The other other possibility are lipomas, which are soft deposits of fat within the skin tissues. Lipomas are very common and usually are not cancerous. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
These are the symptoms that I have been experiencing for the past few weeks now. Feeling as though I have a lump in my throat when I swallow, frequent throat clearing, sore ears upon rising in the morning, feeling as if food is lodged in my upper chest ar
Yesterday I felt what appears to be a larger hard lump or that rib on right side is swollen? I also have s lump same side ribcage right above
See a doctor: you need to go and see a doctor it is hard to predict what is the lump in that location without proper examination so go and see a doctor ...Read more
Lymph nodes?: If the bumps are in an area where there are lymph nodes (under the arm) they may be due to an infection or something more serious like breast or organ cancer. Find a health care practitioner that can differentiate between skin, lymphatic or boney location to the bumps, or write back with more specifics. ...Read more
Depends: Without being able to see/examine the lump, of course, we can't make any kind of diagnosis. One very commonly seen lump in the body is a lipoma, which is a benign fatty lesion. If there is pain or discoloration or discharge or redness or any other concerning finding associated with the lump, please see a physician for further evaluation. ...Read more
Fibroma?: Most lumps are painless ... small benign fatty tumors/lipomas or epidermal cysts. The fact that yours is painful is notable. It is likely a dermatofibroma and likely requires no treatment, especially if it hasn't grown over the past year. But I would have it looked at by a dermatologist, just to make sure it doesn't have worrisome features. Very rarely a painful lump can be the beginning of cancer ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer