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Feeling a knot in the back between shoulder blades and spine. Lump on the spot after being hit. Stinging feeling with pain. What to do?

I have a knot in the middle of my back between shoulder blades on the spine . my daughter found it about 1 yr ago. I was told it was just a cyst and if it wasn t bothering me not to worry about it. several days ago i back into the door and bumped it and it has been hurting since. it has a burning stinging feeling a little tender i can tell it is irratiated . it is soft to touch. what should I do
Asked On : Thu, 2 Aug 2012
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You seem to be suffering from infected sebaceous cyst.
Consult a doctor and get a prescription of antibiotic course.
Once the pain subsides,you must consult a surgeon to get it removed.
This cyst may keep on bothering you so the best is to get it removed permanently.
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