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Is it painful or tender?
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The lump is likely to be lipoma or lipofibroma which is non cancerous (constitie of fat tissue and fibrous tissue). If this increases in size or become suddenly painful or tender; it may need a surgical removal. Otherwise no treatment is required.
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