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A couple of weeks ago I noticed a small lump under my stomach, I know it's not my baby since it's head down and the lump is too small to be the head. I tough it was maybe saggy fat but now it's harder and grew a bit bigger. I'm due soon but now I'm starting to wonder what is it ? I keep on forgetting to ask my doctor since last time I went the lump wasn't there. It comes and goes.
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First Helper Lovely0979

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replied July 25th, 2010
Welcome to ehealthforum.
The lump should be examined by your doctor, along with an ultrasound scan to see if it is from any of the internal structures or the abdominal fat.
Remember to discuss with your doctor about it the next time you visit her.
Take care.

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