I didn't know where to post this question because it doesn't really fit anywhere. since the problem happened after surgery, I picked here in this forum. I hope this is okay. I have never brought this issue up with my doctors, but I am finally brave enough to ask my doctor a question later today at my appointment. Before I ask, I wondered if any of you have this.
My muscles were severely weakened from the cord injury I had 2 years ago, and while I have had great improvement, I am still weak. Ever since then, I can feel little "knots" or "bumps" under my skin, and these bumps are very sensitive. I've been hesitant to ask about it because I wondered if it is just fat or something like that. I notice it more on the side of my body that was affected the most from the SCI. Is this some sort of a fibrosis of the weakened muscles? I have fibrocystic breasts, and it sort of feels the same. Just bumpy and tender all up and down my leg, and on parts of my belly. It is also on the other side of my body, but not as much, and not as tender. Just a strange thing. Anyone else?
Surviving chronic pain one day at a time, praying for a reprieve because living another 40 years like this doesn't sound too fun!