Larger Lumps In The Buttocks?
I want to ask, I have a lump in the buttocks and the size is getting bigger and bigger. What are those bumps?
Thank you for the question.
Larger lumps in the buttocks may result from:
Skin infections, such as folliculitis, genital warts, abscesses, cellulitis Other skin conditions, such as contact dermatitis, insect bites, hyperkeratosis, keloid lymphadenopathy (enlarged lymph nodes) Benign or malignant tumors, such as lipomas, cysts, Other sarcomas, such as hemorrhoids , anal abscess, rectal prolapse, anal cancer, etc. It is not certain what exactly triggered the lump in your buttocks without a direct physical examination. Therefore, it is better to check directly with your doctor or surgeon to make sure. Depending on the cause, these lumps can later be sufficiently observed, given drugs, performed surgery, or perhaps other therapeutic modalities.
At this time, you should not manipulate lumps carelessly. The important thing is, you make sure your butt area is always clean and avoid using pants that are too tight so that the bumps don't get irritated.
Hope this helps ...