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Old June 13th, 2008, 05:07 PM
Ceilsy Ceilsy is offline
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Marble sized hard lump

Egh, well if the Pyometra two weeks ago wasn't enough................

2 days ago, I found a small marble sized lump, its on her chest/belly. Its almost exactly in the middle of 2 front legs "Armpits" on her chest.
I am going to the vet in 1 hour from now....... but always good to get more opinions.

I think its pretty new, since its in a area that I rub often. But since her sickness, and operation, it could be as old as 3 weeks, since she wasn't too playful then.

As I said, its pretty small, a bit smaller than a small marble, very hard, and it can be moved around slightly.

If it was a human, I would think it was a boil. best way to describe it.
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Old June 13th, 2008, 06:28 PM
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Could it be a lymph node?

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