Lumps In The Legs And Painful When Held?
afternoon sorry to disturb. It’s been a month since my legs hurt. I’ve checked to the doctor and have a massage but still nothing changes. the reason was that I was too sitting cross-legged for a while maybe a little bit long, at first it didn’t feel anything but after a day after that my leg appeared to be lumpy and sore when I touched it. well what is the solution for doctors to overcome this. thank you
The presence of a lump in the leg can result from =
Ganglion, a lump due to leakage of joint fluid in the tendon causing a hard lump like bone that can cause pain if the lump presses on the nerve. It can appear suddenly.
Lipoma, a lump that arises as a result of cell changes in body fat cells. Generally painless but aesthetically disturbing.
Atheroma cysts, epidermoid cysts, dermoid cysts, a type of sac that enlarges to form a lump that enlarges slowly in general and can be painful if inflamed.
Injury to muscles or joints.
Arthritis or arthritis, swelling occurs in the joint area.
Bruises, blood-filled lumps caused by ruptured blood vessels, can go away on their own and are painful on pressure, especially if they are large.
Because you have been experiencing this condition for a month, of course the best thing to do right now is to get checked out by the nearest doctor. The doctor is able to analyze this by physical examination and other medical tests if needed. In general, physical tests are sufficient to identify the type of lump, but the best assurance is by medical tests such as ultrasound, biopsy or pathological examination of the lump tissue in the laboratory.
To reduce your complaints, the tips we can provide are =
Cold compress to reduce swelling or pain.
Avoid pressure or trauma to the leg.
Rest your feet.
Take pain relievers such as paracetamol.
I hope this helps.