Hello, I am a 21 years old guy. About 10 days ago I had a lump under the skin on my inner upper thigh. I first believed it was just a giant pimple, because the white head was the size of a small advil. Two days later, it popped, but a large amount of the lump remained. The skin has now healed over and there is an oval shaped growth still present.
Oval shaped, the size of 2.5 marbles.
Tracing it deeper, it thins out and connects deep into my leg/lower butt.
Some parts of it can be moved, and feel like fat cells. But the main growth is smooth and firm.
The skin looks about normal, except for a little redness.
Not experiencing a fever or other symptoms.
Is it serious? I scheduled a doctor appointment for next week.
I read about blood clots, and how they are dangerous and seek immediate attention, but my leg doesn't look bad. No veins showing. No tenderness. I feel that the pimple and lump are not connected. Maybe the pressure of the lump caused the pimple, but this lump cannot be popped.
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Is it sensitive skin or something else?