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hello for about 2 mo's now i have notice it feels like i have a knot are something in my right side i cant lay on my right side and i have been hurting none stop in my lower back on the right side as well, never had these types of problems until 2mo's ago,


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replied August 10th, 2011
Kidney Conditions Answer A25891
Hello and welcome to e health forum.

It is very difficult to diagnose the knot, without a complete history or having a physical examination

The description and the location indicates the possibility of the lump being one of the following:-
1. lymph node ,
2. a lipoma (collection of fat tissue)
3. Cellulitis or Abscess due to skin infection.
4. a mass of the kidney - a cyst, a tumor.

The best way to go ahead would be to consult your doctor who can examine you and determine the cause of the lump and the pain.


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