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Doctor insights on: Soft Lump Below Knee

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What is lump near my knee?

What is lump near my knee?

See your doctor: See your doctor and have them check it out as there could be numerous causes. ...Read more

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I have multiple painful lumps behind my knee.

I have multiple painful lumps behind my knee.

Lymph nodes?: Painful bumps behind the knee could be lymph nodes, which generally appear in response to local inflammation or infection, below that knee for example, like in the shin, calf or foot. If there's no infection or inflammation evident, or if they've been there for more than two weeks, you need to see a local doctor for an evaluation. ...Read more

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I have a lump on the side of my knee. What could it be?

I have a lump on the side of my knee. What could it be?

Simple vs serious: Our bodies always have things that grow and change. Skin, fat, muscle, lymph nodes, bones, can change shape, get larger, more prominent due to many factors. The vast majority are not cancer but simply unusual growths like fatty tumors, cysts, skin tags, moles, etc. Most cause no symptoms and can be watched. If they cause symptoms or change colors, bleed, bruise or hurt, then see your doctor. ...Read more

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What to do if I have painful lump on the back of my knee?

What to do if I have painful lump on the back of my knee?

Get it checked: There are many possibilities for what this could be. Good idea to have it looked at. A common reason could be baker's cyst - these often don't cause symptoms but can burst and cause pain or get irritating. Joint swelling due to injury or bursitis can cause pain. Vascular issues at the back of the knee can also cause pain - ultrasound can be helpful in evaluating these. ...Read more

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Why have I had a lump under my knee for 2 years? What do I do?

Why have I had a lump under my knee for 2 years? What do I do?

See details: Swelling in the back of the knee often is the result of a popliteal cyst (baker's cyst). If it is not causing problems it often requires no treatment. See an orthopedist if you are concerned. ...Read more

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I have a hard painless lump on back of knee, been there now for 3 weeks,?

I have a hard painless lump on back of knee, been there now for 3 weeks,?

Bakers cyst: It could be baker's cyst. Examination by doctor and Ultrasound would confirm the diagnosis.
http://patient. Info/health/bakers-cyst-leaflet ...Read more

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I have noticed tht a soft lump has came up under my right side knee whatcould itbe?

I have noticed tht a soft lump has came up under my right side knee whatcould itbe?

Is in on the: Back side of the knee? If yes, maybe a baker's cyst. Is it under the knee cap? If yes, maybe bursitis. The only way to really know is from medical eval. Take care. ...Read more

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I have a lump the size of a marble on the inside of my knee, it is very painful when touched.

I have a lump the size of a marble on the inside of my knee, it is very painful when touched.

Baker's Cyst: Pain behind the knee with fullness and pain suggest a possible baker's cyst. A baker's cyst is a natural outpouching of the knee joint that can get full of knee joint fluid and can make it difficult to move the knee. This should however be evaluated by an orthopedic specialist for a proper diagnosis. ...Read more

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Fell on my knee yesterday, skinned it good but there is also a lump behind the wound...Never had that before is this normal?

Fell on my knee yesterday, skinned it good but there is also a lump behind the wound...Never had that before is this normal?

Hematoma: Might be a small blood collection from the fall. That is a hematoma. See your primary care doctor as it may require treatment. ...Read more

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My right side of my knee does not hurt, but when I press it on that point it hurts so much. It is like a small lump, what could this be?

Multiple answers: Multiple possibilities: cartilage tear or injury, cyst, bone spur (less likely if you are 25), bursitis, tendon or ligament injury, neuroma (nerve injury). This list can be narrowed with more history and an examination. Go see your doctor if it persists. ...Read more

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Have a lil lump on my knee, was told I probsbly hit it but I know I didn't, now smaller ones are appearing around it, they hurt a bit wat is the cause?

Have a lil lump on my knee, was told I probsbly hit it but I know I didn't, now smaller ones are appearing around it, they hurt a bit wat is the cause?

Cannot tell without: Being Examined. So if it is painful to walk or bend and small "bumps" are appearing, you should see your doctor. ...Read more

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My son is 5yrs old and on the outer corner part of his knee, you can see a lump. But it's only noticeable when he bends his knees all the way down. It's small. And doesn't seem to be shrinking or growing at all. I'm not sure how long he's had it for beca

My son is 5yrs old and on the outer corner part of his knee, you can see a lump. But it's only noticeable when he bends his knees all the way down. It's small. And doesn't seem to be shrinking or growing at all. I'm not sure how long he's had it for beca

Discoid meniscus: The joint tightens when it flexes and a discoid lateral meniscus will pooch out. It may normally be resorbed into the adult C-shape or rarely it will break and cause trouble. Let us wait and see. ...Read more

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Why are there 2 lumps under my knee or is it a bone?

Why are there 2 lumps under my knee or is it a bone?

It is very hard to: Answer that without feeling your knee. There are bones that come together there, and when I feel my own knee I do feel the head of the bone (but lie a dog bone you can feel the two knobs on the end) Hope that helps ...Read more

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What to do if I have a strange lump on my knee cap?

Bursitis: This may be bursitis. See your doctor for an exam to be certain but bursitis alone is no cause for concern ...Read more

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Can someone explain to me how come there lumps under my knees?

Can someone explain to me how come there lumps under my knees?

Many possibilities: Some causes of “lumps” may include: bony overgrowths, soft tissue masses, ganglions, fibromas, cysts, and infection. Have it evaluated by a professional to get the right diagnosis. ...Read more