Lump On The Child’s Left Thigh That Feels Hard And Blue?
Good afternoon I want to ask r nThere is a lump on my child’s left leg on the upper part of the bind. R nBut sometimes I want to get bigger, sometimes it gets smaller, and it is also hard to get rid of the bumps and the area in my child’s thighs is increasingly blue. r nI guess it hurts. r nThank you.
hello mom .. thanks for the question ..
Lumps on the feet can be caused by several conditions, namely:
1. lipoma. is a benign tumor caused by fat deposits under the skin and muscle layers. symptoms such as lumps that move easily and are soft, rarely cause pain, can enlarge slowly. can occur on the neck, middle, thighs and other body parts.
2. cyst. a benign tumor in the form of a lump filled with fluid that is wrapped in membranes / tissue. can grow on any part of the body.
3. enlarged lymph nodes. in the form of a hard palpable lump, bounded firm, accompanied by fever, weight loss without apparent cause.
4. trauma / injury to the knee.
if the complaint does not decrease or worsening of the lumps aggravate, painful, to interfere with the movement of your child and to ensure the condition of your child, your child should be checked by a doctor for physical examination, blood tests, x-rays and given treatment according to the child's condition you. while all you have to do with your child is to prevent not often grasping lumps, avoiding children's knees from trauma, consuming healthy and nutritious food. drink enough, rest enough.
that's all .. hope that helps ..