Alright, so a little background: about six months ago, I was sitting at my desk in my home office and somehow, I discovered a little rubbery bump on the inside of my arm near the elbow. Upon further self-examination, I found I had the same rubbery bump on the inside of my other elbow. They're both somewhat rubbery and movable. I'd say both are each size of an ear bud off of a pair of in-ear headphones.
I went to a local walk-in clinic and the doctor there felt them and said they were lipomas. He prescribed me some antibiotics for a sinus infection. The bumps have stayed the same size.
Fast forward to about a month ago (two months after I found the bumps by my elbows), I was laying down on my couch at home and was rubbing the area about halfway between my shoulder and neck and I came across a very hard lump that almost seems to be sitting on top of my trapezius muscle, or whatever the muscle is called between the neck and shoulder. Again, upon further self-examination, I feel the same very hard lump in what seems the same exact spot on the opposite shoulder area.
At first, I really had to dig deep to feel the bumps...hunching my shoulders does helped me find the bumps easier before. Now, I can think I feel them when my shoulders are relaxed. Am I being paranoid?