my right butt cheek feels like I'm sitting on a rock
two weeks ago today, I sat on a stool to put on my makeup as I do every work day and it felt like my right butt cheek was sitting on my robe sash or something. Further inspection revealed a very dark purple bruise on my upper inner thigh the size of an orange. The bruise is virtually gone at this point, but again today my butt cheek feels like I'm sitting on a bump. Whatever it is isn't topical. Thoughts? Time to worry??
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There is an infection or inflammation some where-either an abscess or a clot in deep vein or infection of lymphatics or of veins. A dopplar study will be required.
Do discuss this with your doctor and get yourself examined. Hope this helps. Take care!
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