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Bruise on buttocks, dented inwards, reduced fat tissue behind discoloration. Cancer symptoms?

I have a bruise looking small area on my hip buttocks area that in dented inward. It s been there for a few weeks. I only thought it was a bruise of some sort. I had a physical Therapy appt today for my knee and was worried so had her look at it. She noticed the fat, tissue was gone from behind the discoloration. No pain. I m worried what it is. She said it could be from the fall I took back in March of this year. But I don t understand how it could pop up now after so many months. I m worried to death it s anything from cancer to a ulcer to Mercia .
Asked On : Thu, 27 Sep 2012
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Hi there, I don't think it sounds ominous still better to get it seen by a doctor if you live in areas where skin cancers are common, esp if you fair skinned person / white and have done plenty of sun bathing etc.
Answered: Fri, 28 Jun 2013
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