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Bumps on right side under collar bone. Hard, move a bit. Suggestion?

Hi, I am 19 year old female and I have two pea size bumps right under my collar bone. One bothers me, even when my clothes seem to touch it, but the other does not. I am not sure how long they have been there, but the last two weeks, I have really noticed them. They are hard and seem to only move a little bit under the skin. They are under my collar bone, basically in the middle of my chest closer to my right boob.
Asked On : Sat, 15 Dec 2012
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Pathologist and Microbiologist 's  Response
hi there, it could be anything as innocent as a lipoma or could be any thing more troublesome. You should get a doctor consult and get a fine needle aspiration cytology done of the same if needed. If it is something harmless which this test will be able to tell you then you can totally ignore it other wise any definitive treatment can be given. Take care.
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