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Marble sized lump growing on back of neck. Heart beat irregular, strong pulse on neck. Cause?

I have a lump I d say larger than a marble on the left side back of my neck , I went to my dr over 12 months ago and he said it was just a node or gland or something but it has grown it isn t painful. Also for the last couple of weeks my heartbeat don t seem right, i can feel it beating in my stomach and it seems to be irregular not sure if it is skipping a beat or overbeating and I have a strong pulse in my neck
Asked On : Sun, 10 Feb 2013
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first of for this problem your age not mentioned and you to mention some other symptoms if you have .after analyzing your hostory it seems that there no relation between lump and heart beat just it may anxiety.if you are elder definitely it needs surgen opinion and cardiac check up .for lump you consult general surgen and for your irregular heart consult cardiologist
Answered: Thu, 27 Jun 2013
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