There is a lump and slight tenderness at the position shown in the figure, but it feels like it is only in the shallow layer of the tissue. There is no link with the deep tissue. It has not disappeared for more than a month. I want to ask the doctor what the problem may be?
This part is usually the ureter. If there is a lump, you must go to the hospital for color Doppler ultrasound examination. It is impossible to determine the specific disease from the appearance. Moreover, the pain itself should be paid attention to.
When the clinical manifestation of abdominal local tissue mass is a state manifestation that causes local tissue infection and stimulates injury and proliferation, we should actively check whether to consider passing the B-ultrasound test after repair. After the diagnosis is confirmed, we can get good treatment through pregnancy or minimally invasive surgery to promote tissue rehabilitation and regulate the body.
According to your description, your main symptom at present is that there is a mass in the left lower abdomen, and it feels shallow, which is not much related to the deep tissue. In this case, you should first consider the possibility of abdominal subcutaneous lipoma. It is suggested that you go to the hospital for general surgery, find a professional doctor for examination, and make a color Doppler ultrasound to make a clear diagnosis.