The Cause Of The Bump On The Hip Is Black And Feels Painful?
Hello doc. My hips appear like lumps, but don’t bulge forward, he’s flat, only black and sometimes hurts a lot …
Thank you for the question.
Blackish, painful lumps in the hip area may appear because:
Skin infections, such as folliculitis, abscesses
Other skin inflammation, such as irritant contact dermatitis, insect bites, injury
Benign or malignant tumors, such as cysts, lipomas, melanomas
Other causes, such as keloids, skin tags, nevus, lymphadenopathy, cellulite, and so on
Can not be ascertained exactly what triggered the lump on your hip is not done directly by a doctor. Especially see your description very briefly related to the characteristics of the lump that appears.
Therefore, we recommend that you check the lump directly to the doctor, dermatologist, or surgeon so that it is handled properly, yes. To determine the cause of the lump, in addition to physical examination, the doctor may also conduct other examinations, such as ultrasound or biopsy. In the meantime, so as not to hurt, you should not manipulate excessive lumps. Warm compresses on the bump when there is an annoying pain. Do not forget, always keep your body clean and wear loose and comfortable clothing to avoid irritation to the bump due to excessive friction.
Hope this helps ...