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I discovered a small bump on my lower/middle back it feels hard I tried to pop it I can't I had a nerve block a lil before I found it .. Help im scared?
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Dr. James Henning
Anesthesiology
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In brief: Have a Look
First, i'd schedule an appointment with the provider who performed your block.
Ask if there might be some connection. If not, he/she may refer you to a dermatologist for a second opinion. Second, don't be scared! the likelihood of the "bump" being a serious issue isn't high. Best of luck!

In brief: Have a Look
First, i'd schedule an appointment with the provider who performed your block.
Ask if there might be some connection. If not, he/she may refer you to a dermatologist for a second opinion. Second, don't be scared! the likelihood of the "bump" being a serious issue isn't high. Best of luck!
Dr. James Henning
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Dr. Colin Kerr
Family Medicine
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Lump on back
There are lots of causes of bumps on the back.
The most common one is a lipoma, a small collection of fatty tissue, that is completely benign; you can just ignore it. Other causes includes block sweat glands, scars, fibromas (benign fibrous tissue lump), warts, or a granuloma, which is an inflammatory reaction to any irritant in the skin. These are benign also and will heal on their own.

In brief: Lump on back
There are lots of causes of bumps on the back.
The most common one is a lipoma, a small collection of fatty tissue, that is completely benign; you can just ignore it. Other causes includes block sweat glands, scars, fibromas (benign fibrous tissue lump), warts, or a granuloma, which is an inflammatory reaction to any irritant in the skin. These are benign also and will heal on their own.
Dr. Colin Kerr
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