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I am having lump on my bum from 7 years. Is the lump due to blood clot ?

hello doctor , 7 years ago i fell on my right bum cheek.after few months i noticed there is a lump on my right bum cheek.its already 7 years and the lumps is still there.its not painful but when i pressed the lump hardly yes there is a the lump is due to a blood clot?
Asked On : Wed, 6 Apr 2011
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Hi rita ;
welcome to HealthcareMagic
If the lump is since 7 years & not increased or decreased in size then it is neither a bloodclot or a haemorrhagic collection nor a infection since it is painless.Blood clot gets reabsorbed in few days or a month & it will not remain for 7years.The best thing to do if you are worried about it is to get examined by a doctor she will see & decide what sort of ump it is ;whether it needs to be investigated or treated;so consult a doctor preferably female so that you are comfortable .
Take care.
Answered: Wed, 6 Apr 2011
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