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Ganglion above palm, surgical removal of malignant lump in breast - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Women's Health
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Answered : 37 Questions
Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help you?
User :   hello doctor
Doctor :   hello
User :   i hv a query
Doctor :   please go ahead
User :   i hv a small lump in ma hand
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   where in the hand?
User :   itz hard n lyk a small stone
User :   itz small
Doctor :   ok
User :   near ma fingers
Doctor :   ok
User :   jst above ma palm
Doctor :   does it move around inside freely?
User :   no
Doctor :   is it the size of a marble or smaller?
User :   itz fixed
Doctor :   ok
User :   smaller
Doctor :   ok
User :   wat it may b
Doctor :   is there any recent increase in size?
Doctor :   is there any pain?
User :   nope
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   its probably a condition called Ganglion
User :   ohhk
Doctor :   it is a harmless swelling seen in some people
User :   is it serious
Doctor :   no
User :   ok
User :   thanx
Doctor :   it does not cause any affects
User :   1 more querry
Doctor :   you can either get it removed surgically for cosmetic reasons
User :   1 f ma frnd is havin 1 lump in her breast
Doctor :   or you can just leave it like that
Doctor :   ok
User :   is tat serious
Doctor :   since when?
User :   c is havin it 4 d last 2 yrs
Doctor :   For Administrative and health purposes, Please provide these details -Age: Gender: Occupation: Location: Marital Status: Weight and Height: Dependents: Yes/ No.
Doctor :   of your friend
User :   no symptomz
User :   ya
User :   26 age
User :   itz movable
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   any pain?
User :   no i think
User :   itz hard
User :   bt in same syz
Doctor :   i suggest that you ask your friend to directly chat with us
Doctor :   as there may be details that would be known only to her
User :   c is nw wit me
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   is there any pain?
User : c press..sumtumz c feels
Doctor :   ok
User :   itz minor
Doctor :   are her periods regular?
User :   yeah
Doctor :   is it firm in consistency?
Doctor :   firm to feel?
User :   itz hard bt movable
Doctor :   ok
User :   itz nt v. insyde
Doctor :   it may be a condition called Fibroadenoma
User :   jst below her neck n in rt syd
Doctor :   it is also a harmless swelling
Doctor :   it can be removed with a minor surgery
User :   wat is fibrodenoma?
Doctor :   with a little incision
Doctor :   it is a harmless breast lump
Doctor :   occurs in young females
User :   ok
Doctor :   she first needs to get it examined by a general surgeon
Doctor :   and then surgery can be planned
User :   ok
Doctor :   some times they go away by themselves
User :   is tat serious
Doctor :   no
User :   ok
User :   itz hard
Doctor :   yes
Doctor :   it feels that way
User :   wat r d symptomz f cancerous lump
Doctor :   occurs commonly in old ladies with a hard lump which is fixed
User :   ohh
User :   itz movable meanz nt malignant rt..?
Doctor :   not always
Doctor :   also her age goes against it
User :   syz is more dn 5 mm..lyk a stone
Doctor :   ok
User :   ohh
User :   nywaz thanx a lot
Doctor :   Please fill the feedback form say done when done
Doctor :   she should get it examined by a general surgeon
Doctor :   and if possible get it removed
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