I am a 22 year old male and have multiple cysts in my body. The first one that I noticed is in my right wrist. I had asked the doctor who was treating me while I was in for a regular checkup about the cyst in my wrist and she had told me that if the on and off throbbing pain was too excruciating that I could get it removed but the wrist isn't a fun place to operate on. Since then I have found a cyst in the back of my neck, one in my left forarm, and 2 in my left upper thigh. Please Can anyone TELL ME WHY I AM GETTING THESE BUMPS? Is there any logical reason behind it all? Can I do anything about it or am I constantly going to have occasion throbbing pain in the location of my cysts? Please anyone respond if you have any knowledge on this matter. Thanks so much.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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