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So about 3 weeks ago, i noticed this small hard lump near the top of my left hip in my abdomen. Over the past few weeks its been getting larger and now extends top a little below the bottom of my hip, almost to my pelvic bone. I went to my doctor and she said it was my intestines sticking out because i'm so thin (i'm a 15 year old girl and i'm active and healthy and i weigh 101 pounds and i'm 5'1). She said if it persists or gets worse to call an OBGYN. It's getting worse and if I lay on my left side a certain way i get a shooting pain through my left leg. Sometimes my lower left back and left hip hurt but no where else does. I'm really scared and I don't know if there's a history of anyting like this in my family because i was adopted when i was born and it's a closed adoptin so i can't find out. I'm really scared and i think it's starting to scare my family too, but when i went to the doctor (about a week ago) she said i was fine (she even took my blood). Was she right or is something wrong with me?

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Change your doctor immediately and get some medical attention. I would even suggest going to emergency. Get some x-rays or an MRI.

Regards,
Dan
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I am a 43 year old male and have a lump or should i say a tube like ball above my left hip bone. I hate going to the dr. so im trying to find out what it is first and if its life threatening. I get pain occasionally, and when i cough. but it just keeps getting bigger. plz if anyone kows what this is let me know so i can take care of it accordingly thx MC
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It could be a tumor, like a fatty lipoma which tend to be fast growing but not cancerous. Surgical removal is recommended because they can get pretty big and crowd out tissue or put pressure on nerves.
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I'm a female 34 yrs old size 6 and 5'5 tall. Two weeks ago I noticed a tube shaped lump under my left hip bone near my pelvic area. Scared I made an appointment to see my doctor within the first week of having noticed it. Just by feeling it he was sure that it is a benign neoplasm (non-malingnant tumor). He explained that it's not malingnant because it's incapsulated. He gave me a referral to see a surgeon as tumors grow and can put pressure on the surrounding nurves and could burst too. I am already feeling discomfort kinda like the pressure he mentioned and at times my left leg feels a little numb. I have my appoint with the surgeon in 30 days so I hope the discomfort does not worsen. For now my doctor advised I take Ibuprofen for the pain.
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