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A tumor like bump on chest, soft to touch with no pain after gym. What is it? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 08-Jun-2013
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Practicing since : 2002
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Doctor:Good afternoon
Doctor:Please proceed with your query
User:I have a tumor type on right side below chest..
Doctor:How long has it been for?
User:I consulted to local doctor and he said not to worry as it may be due to fat
User:it's being 6 months
Doctor:Is it soft to touch?
Doctor:Does it pain?
User:it's soft
Doctor:Did it start spontaneously?
User:I attended Gym for a month and I believe it started after that...
User:But i realized after some time...
Doctor:How big is it now? the dimensions?
Doctor:Is it increasing in size?
User:Almost 1.5 CM
Doctor:That is quite small
Doctor:It most probably seems like a Lipoma
Doctor:My suggestion would be to go for an excision biopsy of the same
Doctor:We can confirm the cause of it then
Doctor:You can get it done as an elective surgery
Doctor:It can be done as Day care procedure
Doctor:You need just half a day time of yours for this
Doctor:You could go back home in the evening
User:Which doctor/hospital you recommend?
Doctor:Thank you too
Doctor:That should be fine
User:Ok, Thanks a lot.
Doctor:Do you have more queries?
Doctor:Great evening ahead
Doctor:Get well soon
User:you too , have a great one.
Doctor:Bye for now
Doctor:Take care
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