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I have painless hard lump in middle of my back from inside which i can feel it & there's is onther smaller in same line, what is this? Is it dangerous

I have painless hard lump in middle of my back from inside which i can feel it & there's is onther smaller in same line, what is this? Is it dangerous

Possibly: If you have had this for a long time it could be a cyst. Otherwise it's very difficult to see and best to do an exam . Please post pictures. ...Read more

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I have a hard red itchy lump in the middle of my upper back what could this be?

I have a hard red itchy lump in the middle of my upper back what could this be?

See a dermatologist: It is difficult to make a proper diagnosis since I am not there to see the condition. I recommend seeing a dermatologist so that they can make a proper diagnosis and give you something to get rid of the condition or relieve symptoms. ...Read more

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Good evening, I'm female fourty years old, im a smoker and I have burning feeling and big lump on my upper right middle of my back..what can it be?

Good evening, I'm female fourty years old, im a smoker and I have burning feeling and big lump on my upper right middle of my back..what can it be?

Hard to say: But things that I would worry about that could cause this are an infected or inflamed cyst. You could also have a skin abscess. There are other things it could be to besides what I mentioned. Without seeing it, it really is difficult to be more specific. Your best bet is to be evaluated in person. Best wishes. ...Read more

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Painful lump in middle of my spine causing much discomfort when sitting lying with back against chair, bed, etc. What could this be caused by?

Painful lump in middle of my spine causing much discomfort when sitting lying with back against chair, bed, etc. What could this be caused by?

Needs to be checked: It could be an abscess.Infected cyst most likely, since it is painful you should have it checked by your doctor as you may need antibiotics or excision or incision and drainage. ...Read more

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Causes for pain middle to low back on l side wraps around to the side, constant but worse when sitting. 8/18 spleen measured 14cm? I can feel a lump

Causes for pain middle to low back on l side wraps around to the side, constant but worse when sitting. 8/18 spleen measured 14cm? I can feel a lump

Abdominal pain: Your spleen is mildly enlarged but because it has to be enlarged much more to give pain. This kind of pain could be from kidney stones sometimes even from back sprain please see a doctor about this. ...Read more

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I recently found a sizable lump (golf ball size)in middle of my lower back. I can move it slightly and it has no pain. Should I be concerned?

I recently found a sizable lump (golf ball size)in middle of my lower back. I can move it slightly and it has no pain. Should I be concerned?

Probably not: Most likely, it's probably a "lipoma"--a piece of encapsulated fat. If it's not cosmetically bothering you, and it doesn't hurt, no treatment is necessary. If you're concerned about it, you can have it surgically removed by a dermatologist or a good GP. ...Read more

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My 15 year grandson was playing around when he fell on his back. Now, he has a soft lump in the middle of his head he is a healthy teennage boy?

My 15 year grandson was  playing around when he fell on his back. Now, he has a soft lump in the middle of his head he is a healthy teennage boy?

Perhaps a hematoma?: When falling on the backside, it is quite reasonable for the head to snap back and hit as well. If just the right blow occurred to his head, this could trigger a slow bleeding beneath the scalp--called a cephalohematoma. These are rarely dangerous; however, occasionally these occur secondary to a linear skull fracture. Did your grandson lose consciousness? If this area is tender, see your doctor. ...Read more

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