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Skin - Colored Chest Bump Checker

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Your Skin - Colored Chest Bump May Also be Known as:
Neutral boob lump
Neutral boob mass
Neutral breast lump
Neutral breast mass
Neutral bump on boob
Neutral bump on breast
Neutral bump on chest
Neutral bump on pecs
Neutral bump on pectoral
Neutral chest lump

Top 5 Skin - Colored Chest Bump Causes

  1. 1.Wart

    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.

    Rarity:
    Common
    Top Symptoms:
    painless chest wall lump, small chest lump, superficial chest lump, scaly chest bump, skin-colored chest bump
    Symptoms that always occur with wart:
    superficial chest lump
    Urgency:
    Self-treatment
  2. 2.Skin Cyst

    An epidermoid cyst is a closed sac under the skin filled with a cheese-like or oily material. It is often caused by trauma or surgery.

    You do not need treatment for this condition because it is completely benign; however, if the lesion changes at all, a doctor should be consulted. If you would like it removed, a doctor can cut out the cyst.

    Rarity:
    Common
    Top Symptoms:
    skin-colored chest bump, non-growing chest lump, small chest lump
    Symptoms that always occur with skin cyst:
    skin-colored chest bump
    Urgency:
    Wait and watch

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  3. 3.Lipoma

    A lipoma is a noncancerous growth of fatty tissue cells. A lipoma can develop in almost any organ of the body although they are most commonly found in the subcutaneous layer just below the skin.

    You do not need treatment for this condition because it is completely benign; however, if the lesion changes at all, a doctor should be consulted. If you would like it removed, a doctor can cut, freeze, or burn it off.

    Rarity:
    Uncommon
    Top Symptoms:
    skin-colored chest bump, lump below the skin on the chest, non-growing chest lump, small chest lump
    Symptoms that always occur with lipoma:
    skin-colored chest bump, lump below the skin on the chest
    Symptoms that never occur with lipoma:
    nipple discharge
    Urgency:
    Wait and watch
  4. 4.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.

    Rarity:
    Uncommon
    Top Symptoms:
    superficial chest lump, pink or red chest bump, painless chest wall lump, small chest lump, non-growing chest lump
    Symptoms that always occur with basal cell carcinoma:
    superficial chest lump
    Urgency:
    Primary care doctor
  5. 5.Dermatofibroma

    Dermatofibroma (superficial benign fibrous histiocytoma) is a common cutaneous nodule of unknown etiology that occurs more often in women. Dermatofibroma frequently develops on the extremities (mostly the lower legs) and is usually asymptomatic, although pruritus and tenderness can be present

    You do not need treatment for this condition because it is completely benign; however, if the lesion changes at all, a doctor should be consulted. If you would like it removed, a doctor can cut, freeze, or burn it off.

    Rarity:
    Rare
    Top Symptoms:
    lump below the skin on the chest, skin-colored chest bump, small chest lump, non-growing chest lump, painful chest wall lump
    Symptoms that always occur with dermatofibroma:
    lump below the skin on the chest
    Symptoms that never occur with dermatofibroma:
    nipple discharge
    Urgency:
    Wait and watch

Questions Your Doctor May Ask About Skin - Colored Chest Bump

  • Q.Compared to a marble, how big is this bump?
  • Q.How long have you had the bump?
  • Q.Is the lump on your chest on the surface of the skin or below the skin?
  • Q.Do you feel pain when you touch the bump?

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Skin - Colored Chest Bump Symptom Checker Statistics

  • People who have experienced skin-colored chest bump have also experienced:

    • 27% Fatigue
    • 9% Neck Pain Along the Lymph Nodes
    • 9% Loss of Appetite
  • People who have experienced skin-colored chest bump had symptoms persist for:

    • 46% Over a Month
    • 22% Less Than a Week
    • 11% One to Two Weeks
  • People who have experienced skin-colored chest bump were most often matched with:

    • 52% Skin Cyst
    • 47% Lipoma

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