I can feel a lump in my pelvic region. It is located in the middle from the top of my pelvic bone to the crease of my leg. It is about marble size. I have no pain with the lump or mass. However I have been having cramps that I normally do not have. I am worried and wondering if anyone can give me any heads up on this problem.
I have an appointment to check it out, however I have never established a doctor since we have moved here so I am waiting 1.5 months just to get seen. And that is the earliest I could get in. The lump is in side if that makes since. Not on the surface. When I lay down you can't even feel it. Thank you for resonding.
hey,, i have the same experience as you! the doctor said that it was a lymp node. however if the lump grows or becomes painful after a period of time (eg.months) , you need to go back and see the doctor for another examination where they may extract cells from the lump for lab testing. hope this infomations do help.. :)
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