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Lump in the pelvis. Feels like a bruise. Also, urine turned red previously. Serious?

Hi, I have a lump under my skin in the pelvis area, on my right side. It s where my right bikini line would be. It first was a bruise that I had no idea where it came from then a few days later the coloring bruise was gone but it was still tender touch so I examined it and I noticed there was a lump. Not a ball and it s not connected to my skin. It doesn t show nor is my skin is swollen. It feels like a bruise when I touch it and it s been there for almost a week. It doesn t move. It s just a lump. And I noticed that pee had turned red the last couple days but I started to drink only water and it cleared up. Is it serious?
Asked On : Sun, 27 Jan 2013
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General Surgeon 's  Response
Apr 2013
Hi and welcome to Healthcare magic
I dont think that this bump and urine are related. It doesnt sound serious,it looks like som ebenign subcutaneous lesion such as lipoma, fibroma or ateroma and it usually subside spontaneously. If there are signs of inflammation you might need antibiotic tratment and if this persists you should remove it surgically. Also, do urine analysis to evaluate this blood in urine which can be sign of infection or kidney stone.

Regards .Wish you good health.
Answered: Tue, 9 Jul 2013
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