May I ask where these lumps
are specifically located on the legs
on the legs may be lipomas or ganglion cyts. Lipomas are "benign (not cancerous), slow-growing tumors that come from fat cells. They are usually round, moveable, flattened lumps under the skin. They feel soft and doughy or rubbery. Lipomas usually grow in the neck, shoulders, back, or arms. Lipomas are the most common noncancerous tumor in adults.