Lumps and Bumps
Lumps and bumps are swollen outgrowth which can appear anywhere on the body such as neck, abdomen, thigh, arms, shoulders, back, etc and in most cases, are harmless. Generally lumps or bumps appear as cysts, abscesses, lesions, warts, etc due to infections, allergies, ingrown hair, etc. Skin lumps are also known. . . .+
A lump or a swelling that is painful and develops suddenly may be caused by many reasons such as an injury or an infection. Sometimes, it is a hemorrhoid (piles). If you are susceptible to the risk factors for hemorrhoids, the anal lump may be due to piles. You should talk to a doctor even if the symptoms are mild.
Enlargement of a lymph node under your arm may indicate presence of a lump. Lymph nodes are specialized small, oval-shaped glands which are present throughout the body. These lymph nodes play a key role in the body’s immune response. Lumps under armpits are very common and may not always be serious
The structure of women breasts creates a lumpy, uneven terrain. However, lump in a breast is a little different from this normal lumpy terrain. A breast lump is a localized swelling, or bulge, or bump in the breast that feels different from the breast tissue around it.
Neck lumps, also sometimes called bumps or masses, indicate the presence of abnormal mass in your neck. Lumps on neck can develop as a result of many possible reasons. They may develop from the skin or from structures underneath. Neck lumps can be painful or painless depending on what causes them.