Causes Of The Appearance Of Soft Lumps On The Baby’s Body?
I want to ask, unfortunately, I have a soft lump when I was born, it didn’t exist and I only found out when I was 10 years old and until now and this lump is a lot on my body but the distance is not too tight and there is 1 big one when I press it it hurts, omg I, the doctor, is nervous, he recommended surgery by the hospital. Uncle said I don’t need surgery, I’m afraid I’ll get a spinal nerve and I can’t walk because I’m 17 years old so my mom can’t let me say I don’t need surgery as long as I don’t bother but this lump has shrunk when I’m tired and the lump isn’t big enough tan on my body a lot of small bumps. and my face looks like a westerner, there are brown spots. Help me solve this problem. I’m ashamed of my friends who have clean bodies and my sister said I was forbidden to eat spicy food because it’s sweet. big bump huh? please help me, I’m begging you
Good afternoon Shella, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. There are many causes for the appearance of lumps on the body, and even though they are the same shape and color, there are still many things that cause lumps to grow and each of these causes has its own way of dealing with it. From the information you conveyed through the article above, the actual data available is still not sufficient to be able to determine what condition you are experiencing, especially to determine how to handle it. But among the most frequent possibilities that can occur are:
lipoma. Lipoma is a fat accumulation in certain body parts that can shift, is painless, and is more common in older people. Cyst. Is a fluid-filled sac that is soft and also painless, but rarely appears in large quantities. Other skin disorders. One of them is called a dermatofibroma whose cause is still unknown.
Regarding your case, we strongly recommend that you consult a dermatologist regarding this matter, including because you complain of small bumps on your face that should be recognized by a dermatologist. In addition, your dermatologist should also be able to assess the risk of having surgery on you. If the lump is judged to be small or not very deep, the surgical procedure should not disturb your nerves.
In addition, with your young age, it is possible that this condition is caused by genetics or heredity, and so far the consumption of flavorings such as micin usually does not affect the appearance of lumps or not.
So once again, what you can do is immediately consult a dermatologist to find out for sure what the name of the disease you are experiencing, and while waiting, avoid rubbing, scratching or squeezing all the bumps, and live a healthy lifestyle by increasing consumption water, vegetables and fruit. Avoid fast food, instant and fatty. Keep your skin clean by bathing and washing your face twice a day. I hope you and your family are always healthy.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D Basfiansa