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Small bump on right leg, near calf area, grown slightly in size. Cause of worry?

Hello sir, im XXXXXX i am writing to you because i have a bump on my right leg, by my calve area. It is just a little bump which seem to have got a little bigger, not too big but enough that my girl friend. So i am concern but not scared im just looking for. Legitimate answer so i can move forward and take the next step with this if you can please let me know as soon as possible sir. I do understand the time and wait. I just hope to hear from you soon. Thankyou
Asked On : Mon, 24 Dec 2012
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Orthopaedic Surgeon 's  Response
hOW OLD ARE YOU? iS IT PAINFUL TO TOUCH?
In ANY CASE, FIRST SEE AN ORTHOPEDIC SURGEON(BONE SPECIALIST)
aN X-RAY OF THE LEG SHOULD BE THE FIRST THING THAT SHOULD BE DONE TO KNOW WHETHER SWELLING IS FROM THE BONE(Tibia) OR NOT Just BE ALERT THAT SWELLING OR MASS DOESN'T GROW RAPIDLY,SEEK HELP FROM A QUALIFIED DOCTOR IN A HOSPITAL
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