When I was airborne, I injured my back and months later I had noticed a small lump in my lower back that didn't hurt but had the consistancy of a fish eye and even moved as such when prodded. Couple years later I noticed I had several of them, still not painful and when I brought it up to the doc. he told me just a calcium deposit. He said this with just a feel so I went with it. As of last year there were many, still not painful but not oval like they used to be some had irregular shapes and sizes but all moved and felt as they always did, like a "fish eye" being poked. Since I lost this weight i'm having problems where while wearing a belt and sitting down in the car, for example, the lumps will slide and move out of the way and it causes a slight bit of discomfort and pain. Only times like this though and while at work wearing my police belt. I think as I continue to lose weight they may be more noticable.
I've researched online and found anything from pockets of liquid, calcium, bone fragments covered in masses to protect the spinal chord etc. Does anyone know anything about this or can point me in the right direction? I want to know if going into the docs will yield anything more than a bill and a suggestion of stretching exercises. 25 dollar doc visits and med fills and physicals are getting expensive with 4 kids so i'm getting all the info I can where it's free first. Thanks for any help at all.