I don't know whether these symtoms (symptoms) are related, but all three symptoms happened around the same time and all are on the left side of my body. About three months ago, I suddenly began bleeding heavily from my left nostril when I blew my nose hard or cleaned my nostrils with a tissue. The blood just pours out and doesn't stop for several minutes. It seems to help when I don't touch the inside of my nostril or blow my nose hard. About a month ago, I began experiencing sharp pain in my left shoulder blade, toward the bottom left side. Two days ago, I suddenly noticed a large lump, about the size of a large lemon, halfway down the left side of my ribcage under my breast. The lump is firm but soft, and painless. It does not move. What can these symptoms mean?
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