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Lumps

Most lumps are harmless but it's important to see a GP if you're worried or the lump is still there after 2 weeks.

Lumps and growths on the skin can be soft or hard to touch. Some can move around and they can vary in size.

There are lots of possible causes of lumps and growths, including skin tags, lipomas, cysts and abscesses.

Read more on the NHS website.

Lumps and growths on the skin can be soft or hard to touch. Some can move around and they can vary in size.

Most lumps are normal

Most people get lumps and growths on their skin at some point. They can be caused by many things.

They can:

Read more on the NHS website.

There are lots of possible causes of lumps and growths, including skin tags, lipomas, cysts and abscesses.

Read more on the NHS website.