Why do I have a lump under my skin on my upper thigh?

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A lump on the skin of the upper thigh could be indicative of many different things. The lump can be caused by a cyst, ingrown hair follicle, boil, carbuncle, or pimple. Other causes could be a tumor or an injury to the area. If the lump is painful, growing bigger, or not going away, it is best to have it examined by a medical doctor. They will be best able to determine the cause and recommend treatment.
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