Re: Lump on the middle-right side of spine

About 2 months ago I was wrestling with a friend (drunken antics) and fell and knocked my back against the corner of my living room wooden door. It was bruises the next day, then became more sore over the next couple of weeks.

The bruising and grazing went and I thought it was just a minor injury like any other bruise but now on this day I still have a lump directly beside my spine as if it's attached! I'm a little concerned; is this something to worry about?

Thank you for your time!

Posted By Honor on November 20, 2009 at 07:56:10:

In Reply to: Enormous painful lump at the bottom of my spine. posted by Michael on April 21, 2007 at 14:43:56:

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