- Your Painless Forearm Lump May Also be Known as:
- Painless bump in forearm
- Painless lump in forearm
- Painless mass in forearm
Top 2 Painless Forearm Lump Causes
Warts are non-serious skin growths caused by a virus that infects the top layer of the skin. They are contagious.
You can try several over-the-counter treatments, including salicylic acid and cryotherapy (freezing). Most warts go away on their own, but less so in adults.
- Top Symptoms:
- skin-colored forearm bump, painless forearm lump, small forearm lump, scaly forearm bump
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2.Basal Cell Carcinoma
Basal cell carcinoma is a slow-growing form of skin cancer. Skin cancer falls into two major groups: Non-melanoma and melanoma. Basal cell carcinoma is a type of non-melanoma skin cancer.
You should visit your primary care physician, who will check your skin and look at the size, shape, color, and texture of any suspicious areas. From there, treatment will be determined, such as surgical excision, photodynamic therapy, or imiquimod cream.
- Top Symptoms:
- skin-colored forearm bump, painless forearm lump, marble sized forearm lump, growing forearm bump, small forearm lump
- Primary care doctor
Questions Your Doctor May Ask About Painless Forearm Lump
- Q.Has anyone in your family been diagnosed with skin cancer?
- Q.Do you purposely tan (using sun, tanning beds, or UV rays)?
- Q.Do you live with anyone who actively has a wart?
- Q.Is there anything on the surface of the bump?
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Painless Forearm Lump Symptom Checker Statistics
People who have experienced painless forearm lump have also experienced:
- 50% Forearm Bump
- 50% Hand Tingling
People who have experienced painless forearm lump had symptoms persist for:
- 38% Over a Month
- 20% Less Than a Week
- 15% Two Weeks to a Month
People who have experienced painless forearm lump were most often matched with:
- 50% Forearm Wart
- 50% Basal Cell Carcinoma