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I got a blood blister behind my right ear, please tell me what is it ?

I got a blood blister/boil blister behind my right ear. it feel like a squish ball when I touch it. it look reddish and have fluid inside. can anybody tell me what it is ? Thanks a lot
Asked On : Wed, 14 Jul 2010
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This sounds like mastoiditis. Do you have recurrent ear infections or Eustachian Tube dysfunction on that side? I have the same thing but mine is tender to the touch...I am going in tomorrow to have it drained. At first it was hard and now it is squishy so lucky me...the only way to get rid of it 100% is by having a mastoidectomy. I have been on antibiotics but they haven't helped much. Also lots of pain and I have been using heat and cold packs to help with the pain also taking pain surgeon says the symptoms won't go away until I have surgery they will just keep coming back :-( I would go to the doctor and have it looked at. Go see an Ear Specialist.
Answered: Tue, 17 Aug 2010
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