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Having bump left side hip

Having bump left side beneath the skin . Getting pain . If I touch it's hard pea size shape .
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Dr. Amarpreet Singh Riar
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1. Tab Pan 40 mg Twice daily before meals. 2. Tab Zefu (cefuroxime) 500 mg twice daily after meals. 3. Tab Metrogyl 400 mg thrice daily after meals. 4. Dressing with T-BACT + SU-MAG thrice daily on the lesions. 5. Tab Enzomac plus twice daily after meals. 6. Tab Cetzine 10 mg at night after meals. 7. Follow up with me after 5 days.  8. All the best.
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Dr. Anil Kumar Jain
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Hello there.  I can understand your concern.  It could be a abscess/cyst/ or even a enlarged lymph node. But its very difficult to say exactly what it is without seeing it or without examining it. Better get it checked out by a general surgeon in person for further evaluation and management.  Best regards. Dr. Anil kumar jain. Bangalore.
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Dr. Vinod Veerapalli
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Most commonly these symptoms are caused by a sebaceous cyst, which is harmless, but needs to be removed on an OPD basis. Examination is definitely required to rule out other causes. Please consult a nearby surgeon or your family doctor if he/she can do minor surgical procedures at clinic.
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Dr. Anil B Sheth
General Physician 37 yrs exp Ahmedabad
Left side of what region?should reveal the perfect site of this painful bump.Else do what my other colleague has told u.
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