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    Small bump under ribs near center of upper ab area right side
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    ruuneer posted:
    I have been working out upper body now for a few months intense, more than I have in the past. Doing sit ups on incline bench, regular sit-ups, lift weights and push ups. I recently noticed a small lump just under the rib cages near the center of the upper ab area on the right side. It is not painful if I push on it, I was thinking it was a muscle since I am doing the situps but is only on the right side, I could be doing the situps wrong, but I am worried the bump is something not good, any ideas?

    It does not hurt, its not discolored, I can see it if I lean backwards.
     
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    davidamendoza responded:
    i have the same little bump in the middle of my chest just under where the ribs meet. i hope to get xrays soon but if anyone has any info on this small painless bump that i´ve had for years, please reply. the little bump seems a little bigger but i think it has to do with having grown in age. i also have joined a gym this month and been doin upper body workouts and i attend the gym monday to friday each week. i see it only if i pull my arms back and pushing my chest out and suck in my stomach to show it more... i have had a fat kid land on my chest when i was younger playing backyard football, i´m a slender guy. could the trama have caused it? what is the bump please? is it normal or common?


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