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What Causes Lumps In The Buttocks After An Injury?

My daughter fell half way off my bed and fell on the corner of a karaoke machine she had a hole like cut that was bleeding but it was a gunky blood in her diaper from the crack area it seems to be heeling and it looks like it is scabbing but now there is two raised lumps in between her but cheeks do you think this could of been caused by the fall?
Wed, 27 Feb 2019
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Hello,

This could be a result of fall causing injury. Bumps definitely due to injury and oozing of blood is veineous sinse its color is dull red and blood is oozing with out any force.

Apply pressure so that blood flow will stop. Now pressure bandage can be given. X-ray of buttock area can be taken so that fracture point can be identified.

Orthopaedic surgeon can be consulted for clinical examination and advice of line of treatment can be started.

Hope I have answered your query. Let me know if I can assist you further.

Take care

Regards,
Dr Ashok Kumar Dash, Ophthalmologist
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What Causes Lumps In The Buttocks After An Injury?

Hello, This could be a result of fall causing injury. Bumps definitely due to injury and oozing of blood is veineous sinse its color is dull red and blood is oozing with out any force. Apply pressure so that blood flow will stop. Now pressure bandage can be given. X-ray of buttock area can be taken so that fracture point can be identified. Orthopaedic surgeon can be consulted for clinical examination and advice of line of treatment can be started. Hope I have answered your query. Let me know if I can assist you further. Take care Regards, Dr Ashok Kumar Dash, Ophthalmologist