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Painful lump in lower back that seems to be attached to muscle, lumps in shoulder blade, severe discomfort. Help?

Hi I have had a painful lump in my lower back that radiates pain and hurts to touch, it also moves or feels like it s attached to the muscle, I now have a lot more that have grown in my shoulder blade the same side. 3 years on. They are quite hard and crack when pressed. But cannot be seen, just felt. Causing lots of discomfort! Please help.
Asked On : Mon, 28 Jan 2013
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there can be any cause of lump starting from lipomas to cysts benign tumours or neuromas
these can extend under the skin only on one area or multiple sites
in my opinion you need consultation from gp to find the cause by examination and fnac and treat it accordingly
Answered: Sun, 1 Dec 2013
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