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Comment from: Heather S, 55-64 Female (Patient) Published: July 09

Twenty seven years after I had the hematoma lump on my left hip, I had it surgically removed. It was the size of a Christmas orange and had been painful for the past few years. It was just a clump of scar tissue but it feels so much better now it's gone.

Comment from: Patricia, 65-74 Female (Patient) Published: November 24

Twenty four hours after a meniscus tear to my knee simply walking in the house, the excruciating pain in lower leg was a ruptured Baker’s cyst from the meniscus tear that formed a large hematoma in the calf. Six weeks later and after a MRI of knee and calf, a second ultrasound shows no change at all, hematoma is the same size. I have constant pain and recurring swelling. I had been continuing to go out and walk for 2 or 3 hours, and had started physical therapy. Because of recurring swelling I was told only to rest, keep leg elevated and ice as necessary.

Comment from: Jen, 65-74 Female (Patient) Published: February 11

I was in a car wreck in 2004. My seatbelt was secured, and as a result of the tightness of the seatbelt after the wreck a hematoma formed on my left leg. It is an ugly bulge that is still there. Doctors seem to think it is not necessary to do anything. They suggested it would be worse to mess with it. It is painful at times.

Comment from: Brian, 55-64 Male (Patient) Published: May 20

I have a hematoma on my left hip and fluid has collected on my back. This is very painful. I had an operation to get the fluid out, but not the hematoma. I was involved in an motor car accident 10 years ago. Since then the pain has gotten worse.


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