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Almond shaped lump under skin, lower right side abdomen. Can feel while lying down, more promenant while standing, slightly painful to touch ?

Almond shaped lump under skin, lower right side abdomen. Can feel while lying down, more promenant while standing, slightly painful to touch ?

Could be a cyst: could be a cyst, or a lipoma which is a benign fatty tumor,or a oil gland cyst ,there is nothing else possible in this location. nothing to worry about ,if it becomes infected, or larger see a doctor. ...Read more

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Found a lump in my right side upper abdomen! I only feel it when I stand. Is it a tumor?

Found a lump in my right side upper abdomen! I only feel it when I stand. Is it a tumor?

Yes. : Tumor means lump. It does not mean cancer. But it's hard to imagine why you would think this could be diagnosed over the internet. Seek attention from someone who can actually examine you. ...Read more

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8 yr old has a soft lump on lower right side of abdomen not in belly but swells, pain when doing extreme activities and ultrasound found nothing ?

8 yr old has a soft lump on lower right side of abdomen not in belly  but swells, pain when doing extreme activities and ultrasound found nothing ?

Inguinal mass: It could be inguinal lymphadenitis. The most common etiology --- infection. The most common source in 8 yrs old--- cat scratch disease. Talk with your pcp about doing certain serum evaluations. ...Read more

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I noticed a tiny lump on the left lower side of my abdomen. What could it be?

Depends: Not sure I have enough information to answer question. It could be as simple as a benign lipoma --a fatty piece of tissue or a hernia or a lymph node perhaps. If it is painful, persistent or worsening you should see your doctor. ...Read more

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I have a very small lump on the left side of my abdomen area underneath the rib cage.?

I have a very small lump on the left side of my abdomen area underneath the rib cage.?

Tummy exercise lump: More history is required. Is it stable in size or does it change with bearing down/coughing. Is it fixed in location or relatively mobile? Are there any overlying skin changes? Any alteration in bowel habits. Any relation to food intake? Etc. Dicsuss this with you primary care physician and do not ignore it. ...Read more