A few hours ago I noticed this huge âbubbleâ thing on my leg. I donât know how to explain it, but it looks like when you baste a turkey and you stick the baster under the skin, then insert the juices between the skin and meat. It bulges the skin a bit and the juice jiggles when you lightly touch it. That how my left leg is. Just a bit to the left of the shin and a few inches above the ankle. The âbubbleâ is about 5â x 4â and when I lightly shake my lower leg it jiggles a lot. I have not had any problems with water retension since menopause but when I did, I never had anything like this. I took a couple of asprins because, well, I felt I should âdoâ something. :shrug: What could this thing be? I have insurance, but the co-pay for an emergency visit is extremely high. Is this something that I should worry about now or would waiting until tomorrow be ok.