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When did the hematoma form?
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Yes, the hematoma has organized that is why it is hard.
When they form they are soft and the ideal is to drain them using a syringe.
However, when they organize in to a hard lump they have to be taken out surgically.
A small incision is made, the hematoma is evacuated and the wound is left to heal.
Means it has hardened.
No, its not dangerous.
There is a very small chance of it going away it self.
Yes, growths that are dangerous have a different look altogether.
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Yes, that is a perineal hematoma.
The surgeon can easily give some local anesthesia around it and make a small incision to take it out.
It shouldn't take him more than 10 minutes and can be done as an office procedure.
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I'm not sure why he didn't and the answer to this can be best given by your surgeon.
Not really, it can be done as an office procedure, that is what is usually done, unless there is a specific indication for general anesthesia.
No, it heals by secondary intention, takes about 5 to 7 days.
It won't go back like that. It is a hematoma.
Yes , this is a hematoma.
Secondary intention means that it will heal without sutures.
It will heal itself.
That is a rare occurrence but possible nonetheless.
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