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I have a 2 inch or so soft lump or fluid bellow my left knee and can be moved by touch. It is painless and appeared suddenly. ?

I have a 2 inch or so soft lump or fluid bellow my left knee and can be moved by touch. It is painless and appeared suddenly. ?

Prepatellar bursitis: That is usually a condition known as Prepatellar bursitis. It is sometimes seen in people that do a lot of kneeling. It can resolve. Ice and compression can help. It can also be aspirated or drained. It can also get infected, so if it gets red and warm you would definitely want to be seen. ...Read more

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I just found a hard lump on my left knee, on the outside left corner of the bone under the knee cap. No pain but it's protruding like like a marble.

I just found a hard lump on my left knee, on the outside left corner of the bone under the knee cap. No pain but it's protruding like like a marble.

Needs to be checked: It needs to be checked . We need a detailed history if there is any trauma .is it painful to touch and any other associated symptoms. It needs to be examined and may need. X-rays or other imaging .It may be a hematoma , a cyst , or a bony tumor .So get it checked by your Promary care physician u ...Read more

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I have a lump on my left knee. It has a red ring around it and a burning sensation under the skin. There is also tenderness. What could b wrong?

I have a lump on my left knee. It has a red ring around it and a burning sensation under the skin. There is also tenderness. What could b wrong?

Get evaluated for: Fungal/bacterial infection, eczema, insect bite cellulitis etc. Only ur dr can make an accurate diagnosis. Take care! http://www.Healthline.Com/health/rashes. ...Read more

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Hard lump on the side of my left knee about the size of a penny. What could it be?

Hard lump on the side of my left knee about the size of a penny. 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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Lil lump on the left side of ny left knee, was told i hit it cause that's how it looks, 2 weeks now and now smaller ones are appearing around it?

Lil lump on the left side of ny left knee, was told i hit it cause that's how it looks, 2 weeks now and now smaller ones are appearing around it?

Orthopedic surgeon: Multiple lumps on the side of your knee is most unusual and I recommend that you have an examination by an orthopedic surgeon for diagnosis. ...Read more

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Lump behind my left knee and also on the back of my neck on the right side. ?

Lump behind my left knee and also on the back of my neck on the right side. ?

Require exam: these may not be related and cedrtainly require a physicial examination, blood testing and imaging. Make an appointment today. ...Read more

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Yes they appeared quite quick big red itchy lumps behind my left knee almost within a few minutes and quite large only on one knee?

Yes they appeared quite quick big red itchy lumps behind my left knee almost within a few minutes and quite large only on one knee?

What happened first?: What happened before the lumps appeared? Were you stung/bitten by an insect? Had you rubbed against some plants/weeds? We need more information to provide the best answer. Possibly using topical Benadryl (diphenhydramine) or taking zyrtec/benadryl/claritin by mouth will resolve issue, but fp should see lumps & get complete history. ...Read more

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I have several moveable lumps on the inside of my left knee. Right has some but not as big. Went to dr & didn't say much. ideas? No pain. Not red.

I have several moveable lumps on the inside of my left knee. Right has some but not as big. Went to dr & didn't say much. ideas? No pain. Not red.

See orthopedist: My recommendation would be to see an orthopedic surgeon who can examine your knee thoroughly and more than likely give you a diagnosis.best of luck! ...Read more