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Painless Lump On Sacrum
I have severe LB/glute pain primarily on left side.l I noticed a (fluid like) lump on sacrum bilaterally but larger on left. What could this be?
Get a scan: The differential diagnosis would include fat necrosis, partial or full disc herniation, sacrococcygeal mass, cutaneous tumors, and poorly exercised paraspinal muscles. I suggest you see a physical therapist to have the area evaluated and go from there, if the answer is not simple an MRI may be needed to identify what lies beneath the skin for diagnosis and therapy ...Read more
Hard lump in lower sacrum with sciatica and neck pain on both sides on and off, lymph nodes up in neck and groin, I get the shakes on exertion?
Exam NOW: You cannot be diagnosed online. You must be physically examined, evaluated, tested, diagnosed and treated. I suggest IMMEDIATE MEDICAL EVALUATION-STAT. ...Read more
LUMP ON SACRUM JUST ABOVE CRACK OF BUTTOCKS, DR THOUGHT IT WAS A CYST HAD SONOGRAM TODAY DR SAYS ITS A HEMATOMA OR MASS. I VERY SCARED ITS CANCER?
What causes my sacrum or sacroiliac 2 pop when i move certain ways? Injured that area n 2012 & n the past couple of months it happens a lot & no pain.
DX SI Joint Dysfunction.When rising from the bed heard loud pop from my sacrum. No pain. Is this a realignment or the joint shifting?
I have a firm, rubbery mass on the right side of my sacrum. It is about the size of my thumb - painless - and somewhat movable. Should I see a doctor?
Eventually but...: I have one of those too (same location), but it is more the size of a peanut. This is almost certainly a benign growth like a lipoma and does not need treatment. If it enlarges or becomes painful then seek attention sooner, otherwise I think it is reasonable to wait until you are seeing a doctor for some other reason and you can show it to him or her then. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I developed a bump in my lower back on the left side above the sacrum, it's only sore when pressure is applied.This happened after deadlifts at the gym
Suspect muscle: This could be a cyst which may or may not be infected. With this there could be muscle or bone or joint or combination with tendon and bursa involvement as part of the pain. Sometimes at a gym there's risk of infection. Sometimes if you look at the bump there may be a small hole that may be plugged indicating a possible inclusion cyst. ...Read more