Lumps On The Head And Forehead?
I want to ask, my friend after a tumor operation in the breast if I don’t name the tumor carcinoma, the breast is removed one side because it’s too big, a pause 1 year after the operation grows lumps in the head to the forehead, and at the same time the waist, the hip feels pain when I want sitting and standing even walking should be slow because of pain that I think is unusual, is there an explanation of my friend’s illness, I’m very concerned about his condition now
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The appearance of a bump on the head to the forehead, accompanied by pain in the waist to hip that your colleague experienced can be caused by various factors. This condition can occur related to breast tumors that she had before, or not.
Unfortunately, you did not specify exactly what the characteristics of the bump that appeared on the head to the forehead of your colleague, including its size, amount, consistency, mobility, pain or not, and so on. Therefore, it is difficult for us to identify exactly what the probable cause of the lump is. However, often, the bumps on the head to the forehead are caused by skin infections (eg acne, folliculitis, warts), skin tumors (eg lipomas, cysts, sarcomas), skin tags, lymphadenopathy (enlarged lymph nodes), and so on.
Meanwhile, pain in the waist and hip area can also be caused by many factors, including nerve nerve, fibromyalgia, skin infections, urinary tract infections or stones, pelvic inflammation, inflammation of the intestine, constipation, pre menstrual syndrome, endometriosis, ovarian cysts, gastroenteritis, etc.
It could be, a bump in the head and pain around the waist and hips that your colleague experienced related to the metastasis (spread) of the tumor that he had before. However, the truth of this matter still needs to be further evaluated by a doctor's examination directly, or assisted also with supporting tests, for example biopsy, x-rays, ultrasound, bone prints, and so on. Therefore, so that your colleague gets the best treatment for his condition, we recommend that you consult him directly to the doctor or a specialist in internal medicine, yes ...
You can encourage your colleagues to resolve their complaints in the following ways:
Do not squeeze or give any treatment to the bumps on the head. Compress the waist and hip pain with warm water Diligent and clean shower Routine exercise Live a healthy lifestyle Hopefully it helps ..