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Soft Lump On Upper Thigh
What if there are multipule lumps the size of quarters that start popping up on the inner upper thigh?
Lumps: Lumps are not normal, and it's best to see a doctor for examination to try to uncover the cause. ...Read more
I had a fall 6 days ago and have used ice to reduce it but I still have a good size lump it was my upper thigh what can I do?
My sister has a large, hard lump about the size of a softball on her upper thigh. It is painful to touch in some areas. Should we be concerned?
Several things: This is a problem that necessitates a face-to-face meeting with your doctor. This will allow him/her to examine you, ask specific questions. And possibly order tests to find out what's wrong and what to do to help you. ...Read more
The depends on what: They are. There are a # of possible causes. The best way to get an accurate diagnosis would be dermatological evaluation. ...Read more
I have small somewhat rubbery lump on my upper thigh, any ideas as to what it can be? Kind of worried.
Lipoma: Our fat layer normally grows in a sheet. This keeps us warm, protects us against trauma, and is a source of energy. For some reason (trauma?), you may have developed a fatty swirl on your upper thigh rather than a smooth, flat fatty sheet layer. Another possibility is that this is a sebaceous cyst. If you don't like they way they look or feel, you could have them surgically removed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have this lump in my upper thigh in the crease by privet area and it hurst really bad when I touch it. What could it be?
Hello, i have a painful, hard, quarter sized lump on my upper thigh. Its red around the actual lump and hasn't got any smaller.
My husband has a large baseball sized lump on his right inner upper thigh that appeared 7 years ago no negative symptoms what can it be?
Do not ignore: Baseball sized lump is not normal. Could be slow growing benign or less likely malignant tumor. A lot of definition of mass depends on firmness, movability, discoloration, tenderness etc. Certainly a doctor should be consulted for examination and possible testing by imaging and biopsy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a large pea sized lump on back of upper thigh, i first noticed it about 8 or 9 months ago when it was about 1/2 the size, what could it be?
I had a baby August 14th a couple of days later I got a lump on the right side of my upper thigh. It is painful and getting worse. What could cause ?
I had a fall 6 days ago, and there is still at good size lump on my upper thigh . I put ice on it at first and it went down some but is still swollen.
Ok: If problem persists or you are concerned go see your doctor for evaluation ...Read more
Lump: And painful lump is cause for concern. You should definitely have it checked out. ...Read more
It could be a lipoma: If it is soft and squishy, it could be a lipoma. This is a benign tumor of the adipose tissue. It is not always necessary to remove these. They are common. There are other things this could be as well. If it continues to grow, please seek medical help. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Inside of my upper thigh, going towards groin, feel hard, marble size lump. No pain. What could it be? Serious?
Cyst: Possible cyst, although, more info is needed. Either be seen by a doc locally or send us a pic. ...Read more
Hello, I have a lump on my inner upper thigh near my groin. It is irregular in shape, hard, somewhat movable, deep (under fat), yet not painful Ideas?
i have a lump in my inner upper thigh area toward my groin. It is not painful unless i push hard into it. I am 53 years old and a runner. Thx?
See your doctor: You need to see your doctor to determine what the mass is. ...Read more
I have a small lump on my inner upper thigh, I got them in my nipples at like the age of 14 and they went away and then I got them on my thighs before but they always go away I'm 20 now is it just something puberty related?
Possibly: ,Without seeing these lumps it's not possible to diagnose them, but they may be tiny inclusion cysts or blocked pores,and may be related to hormonal effects on your skin. To be sure, consult your physician or a dermatologist if you have further concerns. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer