Occasionally I get a single lump that comes up under the skin and it's painful and goes red (looks like a bee sting) and stays there for about a week or so and then the lump gradually gets smaller and goes away and the redness turns into a bruise sort of colour. After the lump has gone completely, the bruise colouring is left there for a while and then goes away.
I get a lump about twice a year but the first time I had one, it was about a 2year period of time before another lump came up. They spring up in any place on my body. I've had them on my legs (upper and lower), my arms, my shoulder blade and one at the bottom of my stomach near my hip. I only ever get one lump at a time.
I asked the doctor about it and he said he doesn't know what it is or has never heard of it. Does anyone have any ideas or know what this could be?
Thank you :)
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Is it sensitive skin or something else?