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Pea Sized Lump In Forearm
I just found a pea size lump in my right inside forearm that upon touching causes slight pain/discomfort...should this be cause for alarm?
See a doctor: You should probably see a doctor for it. A regular visit will do, not urgent, unless it enlarges quickly and becomes more painful. ...Read more
Hard lump on my left forearm it's not sore and it's the same colour of my skin it's about the size of a pea could u give me some advice please?
It is quite small: Benign tumors on the skin are quite common. If they are skin colored they are likely to be benign . As long as they are not growing in size, there is little to worry about. But any change in color or size requires a check up with your doctor. ...Read more
Hi I have small multiple pea sized lumps under both my forearms just under skinThere is no pain and they roll under skin when touched. It is colorless?
Possible Lipoma: Lipomas are benign fatty tumors. They tend to feel firm or rubbery, are mobile, and are always non-tender. They do not tend to resolve on their own. They do not require treatment unless they are causing discomfort.. Seek medical attention if lump increases in size or becomes painful. ...Read more
I have pea sized lumps under the skin on my forearms mostly. Sometimes they itch. What can cause this and should I see a doctor or is this normal?
Allergic in nature?: If you could upload photos it may be much easier to identify what you're talking about along with a bit more history as in how long you've had them, what triggers the itching....do they multiply? Do they diminish? Anywhere else on the body? There are also things called fibromas or neurofibromas that can look like what you're talking about. Write me at: www.healthtap.com/dr-saghafi ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pea like lump under my skin on my forearm I can barely see it but I can feel it. It doesn't hurt and it rolls around when I rub it. It feels hard and I think it's attached to my skin tissue or something. Also I have been playing guitar (I am a starter) an
See below: If this is in forearm near the wrist (either side of wrist), a ganglion cyst is favored. As with any 'firm lump' in the skin/subcutis, these are the possibilities: cysts (ganglion or inclusion), nodular fasciitis, neurofibroma, benign myxoid tumors, or other fibrous tumors such as DFSP. If it is a cyst, they generally do not require treatment; however, if infected, they need incision and drainage ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I've had a black lump the size of a pea on my back for nearly a year. This doesn't seem to have grown but is painful when touched. Could it be cancet?
Should i worry about this lump on my back? It is a small pea sizes lump and you can't see it only feel it. Doesnt really hurt but I've been rubbing it cause its making me nervous so now it does a little. It has not grown at all though
This : This is difficult to answer without a clinical examination so i would recommend you see a dermatologist. Possibilities might include a cyst, a mole, a lipoma, a skin cancer, a seborrheic keratosis, and other possiblities. Check out the link below to see a picture of these. I hope that helps! ...Read more
Hi im 27 years old and I have a painless movable lump in the left side of my neck it's about the size of a pea, it's been there for 3 weeks i don't have any other symptoms. It's it normal ?
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