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Lump On Rib Cage Under Right Breast
Swollen lymph nods stomach pains lump on rib cage under right breast loose stools feeling of pressure top right stomach 22 year old ... Colon cancer?
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I have movable non painful lumps on my rib cage, one below breast and another one left bottom of rib cage these are there for more than an year...
Lipoma/fatty tumor: It may a fatty tumor, that is benign, as long as it does not get bigger and painful nothing need to be worried about. ...Read more
Have it checked: I do not know exactly what you mean by bony lump between the breast a cyst could be tense and feel like a hard lump between the breast there is the sternum the end of it sometime could be outward and feel like a bony lump either way do not take any chances and have it checked by your physician. ...Read more
I have pain right under my right breast on the rib cage I felt no lumps. It mostly only hurts when I touch or rub it, but even with a very gentle touc?
Hello I'm 34 yrs old and I just discovered a painful lump under my left breast close to my rib cage. Should I be worried about this?
Get it checked: You should have it checked. If it is not in the breast tissue itself then it may be a cyst or boil that needs to be treated. If it is a painful lump in the breast then it needs to be examined by the doctor. Those are usually benign fibrous type growths but you need to have an exam to be sure. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
I have lump under my left Breast on top of my rib cage. It hurts a little when I touch it and sometimes when I don't touch it at all. What is it?
Lipoma?: Only a biopsy can tell you for sure. But lipomas ( benign fatty tumors ) are common and can feel like you described. How long have you had it ? Weeks ? Years ? If you e had it for years and it hasn't changed you may be able to watch it. If it bothers you or if it's new or if it's growing rapidly have it excised and they will tell you exactly what it is ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a lump under my left breast on the top of my rib cage been there for a long time. But now it got bigger I Can move it it hurts had and sometime?
I've been thinking that the lumps I've been feeling were just my rib cage or natural lumpiness of my small breasts, what could it be?
Can't tell online: Without knowing more about where these lumps are, what they feel like, if they have changed or grown, if they're tender, what they look like, the shape, AND without examining you, it is impossible to say what these might be. There are lots of things that cause lumps, and almost all of them are NOT breast cancer. Please see a doctor for an exam! Good luck! ...Read more
I have few small lumps on my rib cage a couple inches below my breasts. They're soft and easily move around when I push them. Could this be cancer?
A lump under my left breast, it's seems to be sitting on top of rib cage it's about 2 inches long and 1 inch wide it has a burning feel when touched?
Get a doctor's opin: For it might or might not be serious. ...Read more
Im a 25 yr old f: I have a lump/1 side seems raised higher than the other side under my left breast but on the upper part of my rib cage is it normal?
I have a lump on my left rib cage about 2-3 inches under my breast, it hurts sometimes and have found a few more on both sides. Bean sized and smaller?
Subcutaneous nodules: Please seek medical attention and have them checked out by a doctor. Could be a minor issue like lipomas, cysts, fibromas or more serious lesions like infection, systemic conditions like arthritis condition, neurofibromas and metastases( very unlikely given your age) ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Nobody knows: No one can tell you for sure without a biopsy. First, it would be important to know how big the lump is, how long it has been there, and whether it has changed in size or not over time. Any personal or family history of breast cancer would also be important to know. A fine needle or core biopsy of the lump will make the diagnosis, but before that, a mammogram would be recommended. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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