Lumps On The Arms, Wrists, Thighs And Neck Accompanied By The Body Feels Sore?
. I want to ask, there is a lump on the left arm above the wrist below there are two does not hurt but if the pressure is pretty painful. then it’s on the right thigh. on the right and left ankles. on the neck near the chin 1. there in the legs but right in front of the bone gtuh he has a small diameter 1-2 Cm. since there are lumps body aches “continue to the body. often hot and cold at work. come home from work late afternoon sleep very sore. but get up early immediately refreshed. .. advance to work as soon as you get back, please clarify … if I have to check, I try to do that before I have never happened 22 years old … and now I have only advanced to 23 years old thank you
Thank you for the question.
Lumps in several parts of the body can indicate something that is benign which is relatively harmless, or is malignant. Benign or malignant lumps can be seen from the characteristics of these lumps, namely the consistency of the lump (hard or soft), whether the lump can move or tend to be hard in place, whether the lump feels 'embedded' in the tissues in the body or only in the skin layer, whether The lump develops rapidly, whether the lump is painful, and whether there is a history of trauma / previous illness.
The following are some possible causes of lumps in several parts of the body:
Lipoma Lymphadenopathy. Baker Cyst. Ganglion cyst. Cysts on the skin, such as sebaceous cysts, and epidermoid cysts. Dermatofibroma. It is recommended that you visit a surgeon so that the doctor will evaluate your complaint, conduct a physical examination, and conduct a supportive examination if needed so that the doctor can handle according to the cause of your complaint such as surgery, including determining whether the lump is benign or malignant. Malignant lumps are usually hard, painless, and grow larger over time, and are fixed in tissue deeper in the skin.
Hopefully this information can help you.