I have a bump on the side of my knee. When I showed it to my parents, they just thought it was a bruise. I told them it wasnt because it doesnt hurt when I push it down and its very hard under it, almost like there is a bone under. Before you tell me to go to the doctor, I have an appointment on Wednesday but I'm just seeing if anyone has had anything similar. I also havent fallen on it recently. I dont have pics but it just looks like a small swollen bruise but more red them blue.
it sounds too big to be a lymphnode (spelling) but it could be a tumor or as said earlier a calcium growth
honestly none of us have any real idea unless we have close affilliation with or are infact a doctor
if it is Schlatter it might hurt a bit if you do a little twist with you knee or something like that, but a simple knee bracelet will help that. Like the ones that barely has any support in it. or you can take sports tape and wrap it around the bump, or you can buy the Schlatter brace,
I might have one of these in my room, if I do, i can send it to ya if you pay for the shipping.
Sounds like Schaltters. If it is, it is usually caused by an excess growth and a tightening in your hamstrings (i had it a few years ago). If it helps stretch your hamstrings a lot and ice it or apply heat packs if you need them. But really you need a doctor hope this helps.
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i had one on my wrist for about two years. they come and go. you can get them in places on your body near joints where you stretch your skin quite a bit, like your knee
you get them from a tear in the tissue under your skin and fluid seeps in through the gap in tissue and creates a bubble like thing. fairly common, completely harmless. you can get it drained but it will probably come back
turns out it was some sort of bone growth. i forget what the doctor called it. he said if it gets any bigger they will need to chip it off, fun. i got an xray and he also said i have a small case of osgood schatters.