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Lump in sacral area you also have pain in lower back and fibromyalgia should you be very concerned?
You should get the lump and the new pain checked out by a physician. One common issue with Fibromyalgia is attributing every new symptom to the disorder. Doctors often do this as well, but it is always important to get new symptoms checked out to ensure that you do not have something else that needs to be treated.
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I have a Lump on my right side more towards my back under my rib cage. It causes pain that goes all the way down to my lower back also bothering my hip. My right leg also goes numb at times.?
Go and see an osteopath or chiropractor, sounds like you've got some muscle starting too 'seize' up and this could putting pressure on some of your nerves. Seek professional a…dvice.
A small painful lump in the dimples at the small of your back is from an injury. It's herniated tissue in the lower back. Fat tissue grows through the holes in the facial laye…r over time forming fatty lipomas. Some days they may not hurt and some days it hurts to even walk. As the lumps get larger over time it can also cause referred pain in the buttocks and down the leg. Cure: Zango Juice Pain Killers Steroid injections Surgery
Some years ago I had a lump on the right side of my lower back--I didn't even know when it first appeared--one day it was just there! Even though it was painless I went …to a doctor who diagnosed it as a keloid--unfortunately I listened to that quack! Overtime (years) the lump, which started off about the size of a peanut m & m, formed a flat mass around it. It got painful (coming and going) and oftentimes it felt like a deep burning sensation and a pulling pain on the right side of my lower back and in the surrounding skin and muscles. I went to another doctor who did a CAT scan and biopsy and found that the lump was cancerous (I was lucky because the cancer was confined only to the lump and had not spread). I then had surgery to completely remove the lump and mass. Because I trusted the first doctor's opinion I waited too long and had to have a lot of extra tissue, muscle, and skin removed--leaving a large scar. Don't take chances--your ability to walk in the future could be affected if the lump is too close to your spine--I was lucky that mine was not. See a doctor right away--and for Christ's sake--get a second opinion too! Good Luck!
If the lump wasn't there before, yes you should be concerned. It may be nothing. It may be a cyst, or it may be something more serious. You need to go to a doctor. In person. …No one is able to (or will) diagnose you online, whether they have medical training or not. You only have one body. Don't chance something serious on the response of strangers online. Please contact a health professional immediately so you can find out what the lump is and get treatment if necessary.
Answer It may have something to do with your kidneys. They are located near your lower back and involved in urinary production. Answer Lower back pain whi…le urinating could be a symptom of a problem particular to the kidneys. See a doctor immediately. It can be something easily taken care of, however if you wait it could turn out to be something much more difficult to cure. Early detection is critical. Most physical problems can be dealt with easily when immediately tended to.
If you have pain in your entire back and it hurts to breathe and the pain is constant. It also goes lower down my back. What could it be?
Pain that severe is typical of a disk herniation in the upper lumbar or thoracic region. Sharp pain indicates a nerve problem, and when the back is involved it typically means… a disk is pressing on a nerve. Depending on where the pain path runs, you can determine which disk is likely involved. Nerves in the lumbar area will typically radiate pain past the waist and into the legs, where thoracic problems will affect the lungs and other organs of the upper torso region. I've included a link to a spinal nerve chart below that will show and tell you what areas of the body are affected. If the pain is that severe, don't wait to get it diagnosed, and go to a Neurosurgeon to have it done. Though they'll typically order an MRI or CT to verify it, usually with an office exam they can determine what your problem is by the pain and symptoms you're dealing with. It's also important that you limit your physical activity to avoid aggravating the problem further. Trust me when I tell you that you don't want the long term problems I and many others have had with spinal issues if that is indeed your problem. Do what it takes to get it dealt with immediately, and stay off your feet as much as possible. No lifting either, and by "off your feet" I mean lying down. Standing or sitting puts more pressure on the spine and makes it worse. Of course if it is a spinal problem, you've probably already noticed you feel less pain while lying down. Make sure you lay on your side, not on the back or stomach either - that also increases pressure on the spine. On your side in a fetal position with a large cushion between your knees is the most comfortable for most people, with a pillow behind you to keep from rolling, and another in front to keep from rolling on your stomach.
Pain in the area of the kidneys can come from several different sources. Low back pain is complex and there are many possibilities to be considered. Kidney di…sease of some type, ranging from slight infection, kidney stone, cysts or cancer Urinary tract disease of some type, from referred of a bladder infection or involvement of any part of the urinary system Strain or sprain of the heavy lumbar muscles, like the quadratus lumborum Radiation of pain coming from the spine associated with arthritis, disc involvement, facet hypertrophy or fracture Many things can happen inside the body to cause kidney area pain. If you try rest, ice and Joint pain supplement for a few days and do not notice considerable improvement, it would be prudent to go to your family doctor or a chiropractor for evaluation of your problem.
Should you be concerned if you have a small hard fixed lump on the back left side of your neck that causes severe headaches and neck pain in that general area?
There are two things that it can be. Either you have a torn or strained muscle that is now a knot and needs to be taken care of by message or chiropractic care. Or your glands… are swollen and it should be looked at by a doctor.
It sounds like a cyst but you should have doctor check it to be safe. I hope you have a nice evening.
What are movable lumps in lower back and not sure if related but an occasional random sharp pain in right buttocks?
It could be back mouse also known as lipoma. I have what feels like several movable lumps just above hip bone. From what I read, don't massage the lumps, as they are lumps of …fat full of nerve endings, and will only hurt worse. Massage around them. Also I have fibromyalgia and I think it may be related, so you might want to look into that. Good luck.
That is a hard answer to give without an examination, & may require other studies like an x-ray or an MRI. You should seek the advice of your physician or chiropractor. Mild c…auses could be a spastic or tight muscle, a trigger-point, or a lipoma. Other serious causes could be a bony growth from your spine that might be seen on an x-ray. Again this is something you should seek a professional for advice on.
A Tempurpedic mattress, with a pillow top. This mattress is expensive, but it is wonderful. Go test one out in a mattress store. You have a 30 day free trial of this mattress…. It is different type of mattress, so you will have to get used to it. Once you lay in it, your body is absorbed into the material. This type of mattress was invented by NASA. If it is good enough for space use, you can rest assure, you will enjoy it. I agree. I have a Tempurpedic mattress and never wake up with a sore back even if I go to sleep with one. A pillow top is not necessarily needed. I do not have one and mine is great. Not only is the mattress more expensive but it will also last you for 20-30 years and never needs to be flipped. It will take a few weeks to "break in" the bed for maximum comfort but believe me...once you sleep on one...you will know why you bought it. I bought mine from Haverty's Furniture and got 0% interest on the life of the purchase and shopped for the best price and they matched it (best of both worlds). Wrong, wrong, wrong! Memory foam mattresses are NOT for everyone, nor are they cure for lower back pain. There are numerous other choices out there that can, and will likely cure your back pain without breaking the bank. Our backs need push back support; do your homework and you'll find better choices than the very expensive and problematic Tempurpedic mattresses. What is most important in your choice of mattress when suffering back pain (or not!) is that your back gets the support it needs, and you find the mattress comfortable. It is paramount that you try the mattress before you buy one. You will get support from a mattress that moulds to your body shape, it does not have to be from a memory foam product, although memory foam is very good at this. Latex foam is a very similar product but with a few different properties. Equally beneficial is a pocket sprung system where individual springs respond differently to your body weight and so contours to your back shape giving you the support. Combinations of memory foam or latex with pocket springs is also a very popular option, with many people prefering the springy feel as opposed to the sand like feel of full block foam. What is most important is that you are supported - so no rock hard beds, and you like the feel of the bed, and beds are one of those things where you tend to get what you pay for, as the quality of the manufacture and materials is reflected in the price.
We have no way of diagnosing medical problems over the Internet, nor does anyone else. Since it could be something serious, we suggest that you speak to a physician abou…t it. A chiropractor might be able to tell you, as well.
Should you be concerned about a bony fixed lump on one side behind the ear which is painful to touch?
Answer This is probably a swollen occipital lymph node. It is usually a sign of infection elsewhere in the body and occurs when your immune system is trying to figh…t the infection. Although it seems bony it isn't actually bone, it is just the abnormal swelling which makes it feel like this. Try putting "occipital lymph node" into a search engine for more information. See your doctor to make sure it is nothing serious, if it doesn't go down within a few days. If you also have a fever, consult your doctor as soon as possible.
Answer Any lump should be checked out by your doctor. 9 chances out of 10 it is nothing, but it will put your mind to rest.
What could be wrong if you are 14 and you found a small lump in your lower left side of your back and it moves and you sometimes get pains down your leg?
You should be asking a doctor this. Medical opinions shouldn't be searched for on the internet, that should be left to people who can examine you and know what they see.… You'll find plenty of these people in places called hospitals. yes and you should make and appointment with a medical person, and get that checked out,