Lumps/Fat like appearance under skin on front of legs when slighty squeezed
Not sure if this is in the right section but not sure where else to put it.
When i squeeze the skin together on my legs i get a fat like appearance, its not like cellulose really but lumpy and it moves around occasionally when being squeezed. I wasn't just randomly squeezing my legs by the way, I was moisturising them and just pressed to hard.
I do realise that this could just be fat and i could be worrying over nothing but I thought I would try and get an answer anyway as it is a little strange.
It is mainly on the front of my legs and not as bad on the thighs.
Other info that might help - I have feet that swell, mainly on one foot and this the cause is not know. This has been going on for a few years now. Also, my heart occasionally adds an extra beat. My doc knows about this but I moved away for 1 year just after i told him so it was never really investigated.
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