I am a 43 year ols male. I saw my GP today for a lump in left supraclavicular area. He believes it is a lipoma and sent me for lab work to start. He didn't seem to be too concerned but then gave me a full physica including urine sample, blood labs and a prostate exam. He told me I have an enlarged prostate and wants to see me next week to discuss the results from the labs. The lump is about 4 cm and is pretty firm yet moveable. It is just above the collarbone and in the middle of the clavicular area. it is not painful, but I do have itching in my chest shoulder and neck. Is there a possibility this is a swollen lymph node? Thanks!Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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