Causes Lumps That Feel Hot, Hard On The Inner Thighs?
night, I want to ask in the middle of my right thigh there was a lump about one month ago but the size did not increase, but in the past few weeks I felt a burning sensation in my thigh, why is that? I once went to a doctor of internal medicine and was given vitamin B complex and vitamin D what should I do I feel anxious
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. We understand your concern. Lumps in the area you mentioned can mean several things, including hernias or organs that come out of their proper location (usually the intestine), tumors or abnormal tissue growth, and muscle twisting, usually when doing repetitive physical activity.
For this you do not need to worry, because usually a dangerous lump or a sign of malignancy is that has the characteristics of getting bigger quickly, hard, irregular shape, can not be moved, there is pain, and blood or fluid comes out. In your case, in the absence of these features, it's likely not a malignancy. As for you feel the symptoms of burning it can be because the lump is pressing nerves in the area.
However, to make sure you still have to see a doctor. Our advice, consult your complaint to the surgeon so that you can find out more about your condition through a series of history digging, physical examination and support. The handling that you will receive later depends on the results of this inspection. Even if you go to a surgeon, you won't necessarily be operated on. Say your doctor also recommends surgery, as a patient you have the right to refuse. So do not undo your intention to see a surgeon because of concerns dissected because the most important thing now is to ascertain your condition.
Meanwhile, no need to squeeze the lump, avoid pushing when defecating, do not lift heavy loads, multiply the consumption of vegetables, fruit and water, and immediately consult a doctor. So, hopefully answering your question.