Last year I discovered a large lump on the side of my calf and a hump appeared on my upper chest. The doctor did an MRI and said nothing abnormal. I now have developed along with the 2 above a large lump about 4 1/2 inches long and 3 inches wide above the knee and a larger lump or mass just above my left knee on the back and side of the thigh. Since my doctor thought nothing of the first 2 I doubt he will think anything of these. I have terrible sweats, worse at night and frequent nausea but nothing else much. Online searches don't produce any results for these large humps and bumps. Anyone have any ideas? The one behind the thigh has slight tenderness but no pain in the others. Other than the one on my chest the others feel like enlarged muscles. Not the case with me, 65 years old and have been dealing with Grave's disease and serious back problems so no activity to enlarge the muscles.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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