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... ething is pressing on it. your pain might ever go to your big toe. see the doc but more than likely it is a lipoma, they are very common. right you 15 pounds or more over weight? ... (3 replies)
... Ok,I am not sure that what I have is really a Lipoma but my doctors don't seem to know what it is..So I am trying to get more information to take to another doctor on Monday... ... (3 replies)
... It sounds like some sort of injury. I had a spindle cell sarcoma in my leg--it did NOT ever hurt, grew rapidly and noticeably (noticed big changes in the lump over several months) and my doctor excised it to test it. They thought for sure it was a lipoma, but alas it was not. If your doctor is not excising it it could be for one of 2 reasons: 1) he is extremely negligent 2)... (3 replies)

... ally freaked myself out seeing things about liposarcoma. I know that it is very rare but I am trying to figure out if there is any way to differentiate between a lipoma and a liposarcoma. I am getting it removed in a couple of weeks but I really want to put my worries to rest before then. ... (1 replies)
... I recently went in for what I thought was routine surgery to remove a large lipoma from my hip/buttock area. Based on the imaging and the rate of growth, docs thought it was a routine lipoma (benign). Pathology showed otherwise - it was deemed to be a well-differentiated liposarcoma. I am headed to a specialist in a couple of days to get an MRI of the area operated on, and a... (1 replies)
... Thats when they noticed the lump had grown and wasnt round like a Lipoma usually is. It was flat and spreading. ... (6 replies)
... I find it interesting that others in this forum also have this lipoma in the same area and that my grandmother had them and we all have some relation to cancer. My cancer was first discovered in my left thigh lymph nodes. ... (8 replies)
... I had LipoSarcoma removed from my left thigh. ... (3 replies)
... I got really luck. I've heard that they can come back and occur in the brain sometimes. We will see. They didn't have statistics for me regarding survival rates or reoccurances because not enough people have had it. I do know some people have died though. ... (8 replies)
... hi i was just wondering what the outcome was as iv got a similar problem and they are saying its relating to my ankle bone and achilles tendon,let me know cheers teresa (3 replies)
... fast! Plus it's very rare. Do you want it to be cancer or are you just still confused? ... (8 replies)
... Hi Mike It is always worrisome, frightening even, to find lumps on our bodies anywhere. I like the way your doctyor is handling this... even though he feels 99% sure it is only something minor, he is taking the precaution of removing it and I am sure will have it biopsied. Friend, I would say to you, gently, to stay off the internet for now. :-) Everything that should... (1 replies)
... Hello Hillary - I saw some of your posts on lipomas and you'd said you'd never meet anyone with your type of cancer before. My father actually died this past summer of the same kind you had - spindle cell sarcoma but his was high grade and advanced. They are out there, sadly. Sheepwoof (8 replies)
... It sounds alot like what my mom had for years and it was called a ganglion cyst. ****** it and you will learn more about them. (8 replies)
... I have the EXACT same thing in the EXACT same spot on both legs. I am 49 yrs old and have had them for as long as I can remember. My doc actually said he thinks there may be a small opening where two muscles cross over and fluid may push it's way in. I can tell that it's not a growth, it's a hole that fills with fluid. Also, my husband has them too. So, I am sure you are... (8 replies)
... I totally understand. But you need to realize that stuff happens and you can't control everything, so enjoy yourself. This lump you have, I'm sure it's nothing and kudos for getting it looked at by a doc, but life happens and you should stop worrying and live it. Soft-tissue cancers are VERY rare. I still can't find anyone else who was diagnosed with my type of cancer, and... (8 replies)
... Sorry lol i'm just worried lately im kinda obsessive. thx hilary :) (8 replies)
... For a long time 5 years + ive had a soft lump on my leg its halfway between my ankle and shin and to the left. At certain angles it bulges out and others it can get sucked it. When I push it it feels like pushing something very squisshy. I went to DR. he kinda looked at it felt it and said it was nothing. I'm very nervous anybody can give me some help? (8 replies)

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