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Painful Lump On My Right Hip Symptoms
Painful lump on hip: This could be part of your normal anatomy from one of the "bumps" on your femur, the large leg bone that form part of your hip. If your unknowingly bumped it, there could be a bone bruise, or possible the fascia (connective tissue) over the area is inflamed and tight, such as with IT band syndrome or the tensor fascia lata (especially if you're a runner) Best to have it looked at/examined ...Read more
I have a painful lump on the inside of the skin by my right hip joint that radiates to lower butt and back of thigh. What is this?
Please see: Please see your dermatologist for evaluation and to discuss treatment options. Many causes. ...Read more
I am 19, I have a pea size lump just to the left of my right hip(Near groin). Was black and blue, but has gone away. Hurts now and then. What is this?
Hematoma ? bruise,: or cyst that burst , did you have a trauma there recent , body absorbed it likely , if comes back or pain see your dr . could have been a lymph node due to some inflammation but if any penile dishcharge or anything related to testes or scrotum might be std or hernia. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Lump on right hip for 2 weeks now. No pain, no coloring, MRI showed nothing abnormal, xray also showed nothing. About 2 inches wide. Any guesses?
My patient received a haldol injection in her right hip and 6 days later she has a hard lump about 6 inches from the injection site. Is this ok?
I am 23 years old and i noticed a small movable lump under the skin right next to my right hip bone. It doesn't hurt but should I be worried?
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