I have the same shin lump that some people on here are talking about. About 4 inches above my ankle on the left leg. I've noticed it for a few months now..It doesn't bother me at all except for the fact that I know it is there...It seems to be fluid filled and so I was thinking it is maybe a ganglion but I don't know. I don't have any insurance so I have hesitated to go to the hospital as I know it will cost lots of money. I owe my family doctor money too so, I know he will not see me until I pay him. I wish if someone who has the same symptom as I and has found any information on this; please inform me what you have found out, maybe it's the same, maybe it's not but I can at least have something to work with anyway. Thank you kindly!
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