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Lump Under Right Rib Cage No Pain
Hard lump under right rib cage pain up to shoulder blade, shooting bone pain. Went to ER they didn't know, have PCP apt in Aug. What could this be???
I have a hard lump under my right rib cage with pain up to shoulder blade, extreme shooting bone pain. ER did not know, can not get to PCP until AUG.
Check: May want to see chiropractor to see if can help. ...Read more
I have a hard lump under my right rib cage with pain through entire side and up to shoulder blade, extreme shooting bone pain, weight loss, fever?
Doc: Sounds like something you should have evaluated. ...Read more
I have gallstones, no obstruction and no infection. I have been having painful attacks for 18 mon, now a lump under my right rib cage in sever pain.?
Oblong Lump under right rib-cage, have on going shoulder pain on the right side. On Tramadol and still shoulder still aches. Clicking in chest also.?
Sounds like Gallbla-:
Dder problem, from your description.
See your Doc and probable referral onto a GI Doc would be the way to proceed.
I am sure your PCP should be able to figure it out, as the best way to deal with your problem.
Good Luck. ...Read more
I have a lump below my right rib cage. No pain. Can feel it more when lying on back. But it seems to be changing positions when felt at different time?
Hard to say: If you have a soft tissue lesion anywhere that you have noticed, it bears observation. Lesions that are increasing in size, especially rapidly, or those associated with increasing pain, are concerns for malignancy. A painless mass which is constant in size, unchanging in appearance, and unchanged over time is likely benign. Lipomas are the most common soft tissue benign lesions; common and benign. ...Read more
Dime-sized lump right under skin. At bottom of left rib-cage, no pain. No unique medical history. Not rock hard, but not soft either. Moves a Little.
Lipoma: Have your doctor take a look to be sure. ...Read more
Small, hard, almost egg shaped lump under the skin on far right of back, just below rib cage. No pain. There a couple months. Any reason to worry?
Always worth a look: At 16, it would be extremely rare to have a "bad" mass like a cancer, but there can be things like sebaceous cysts, small abscesses, ingrown hairs, lipomas, and foreign body granulomas....So if it becomes painful or larger, gets reddish, or changes color, or if you have the time while you're off this summer from school, I would recommend that you have your family physician or dermatologist see it. ...Read more
I have a lump on my rib cage that feels like bone, hard like bone, doesn't move at all, lower left side of my rib cage, no pain or tenderness. I'm 19 years old and a male?
May be old Fx callus: Fractures can heal with a slight prominence. Since ribs are just below the skin, this prominence or bony overgrowth is often palpable. If there is no history of trauma, the bony mass should be evaluated by your physician. ...Read more
Pain in upper abdomen below the sternum and bad back pain. I could feel a mass under right rib cage that went away after the pain left. What is it?
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
Let us see:
Is this lump attached to skin? This is not a good sign.
Is this lump painful? Is there is any recent trauma to the area? Are this lump warm and the skin over it? If the answer to all the questions no? Most likely is benign lump. Check with your doc? ...Read more
Many causes: This problem mandates a real-time (face-to-face) meeting with a doctor. A history has to be taken along with a examination as well as labs and other tests. Only after all this will your doctor be in a position to tell you what's wrong and what needs to be done to help you. ...Read more
Xiphisternum: Most likely lower end of sternum feels like a lump, and is called xiphisternum. ...Read more
Thoracic surgeon: Rib problems are best treated by a thoracic surgeon. ...Read more
Possibly: You will get the best care in a long term relationship with a provider who knows you over time. Discuss this with that provider. ...Read more
Painful hard lump:
the possible causes of a 'painful hard lump' includes everything from an abcess (a boil) to sebaceous cyst to hematoma, and even benign lipomas, which can sometimes become uncomfortable. Fortunately for you, most physicians, including your pcp, will typically be able to quickly tell you what it is, and help treat you - if any treatment is actually necessary. So go to your pcp asap. ...Read more
Bet lipoma: Most common would b a lipoma, not much else there. Skin, fat, muscle, bone & chest contents, moveable soft tissue = lipoma. Benign. If really concerned ur pcp should help u. ...Read more
Bone spur: The usual cause of superficial lump is lypoma. Rarely could it be a small bony growth or neuroma. A lypoma is usually painless, freely mobile, and remains stable over time. Bone spur is hard, fixed and tender on palpation. Neuroma may or may not painful but usually fixed. Just monitor for changes in size, superficial ulceration, changes in color and any suspicious changes talk to your PCP. ...Read more
Have them go to a MD:
while your intentions may be good, you obviously should not be trying to remove a hard lump from under your friends rib cage for a great number of reasons (including that it may not have to be removed, as in the case of benign lipomas). However, if you truly want to help your friend out, obviously you will have them follow up with a physician for a thorough examination of this area. ...Read more
It is at the botom of the breast bone. Google it and see if tht is what you are decribing. It is normal anatomy, Here is a website:
https://www. Innerbody. Com/anatomy/skeletal/xiphoid-process-sternum ...Read more
My wife has a hard lump under her rib cage on the right side. She has also been having pain in other places. What could this be?
Take it seriously: Lump equals work-up. Get the correct diagnosis now. ...Read more
Lump on my lower left rib cage, roughly 2 x 1.25 inches, bit soft, movable, painless, only visible and palpable when I stretch upward. Help please?
Lipoma: A lipoma is a slow-growing, fatty lump that's most often situated between your skin and the underlying muscle layer. Often a lipoma is easy to identify because it moves readily with slight finger pressure. It's doughy to touch and usually not tender. You may have more than one lipoma. Lipomas can occur at any age, but they're most often detected during middle age. A lipoma isn't cancer. ...Read more
I have a hard lump just below left rib cage. It doesn't move or cause pain but has doubled in size in around 2 months and is now visible when standing?
Medical evaluation: Please have this lump examined in person by a medical provider. Any lump that has grown that fast warrants a thorough evaluation. ...Read more
I have one lump less then a inch on both sides of my rib cage a couple down from where it separates it hurt if pressed and they can move what do I do?
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