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Recurring lump behind the ear, ringing in the ear, swollen face. Worried about brain tumor?

hi im 26 i have a lump behind the right ear it can disapear and reappearover say two years i have ringing in right ear to but most recently it seems my right side if face is swollen but its not i did have a headache around my head two days ago i put down to sinus headache in subsided next day only for a dull light pressure ontop right side of my head that cudnt be sinuses i did have floater things in my eyes for a couple of days i am in fear that i have a brain tumour i can be a anxious person i had blood tests come back recently 4 diabetes and kidneys n thyriod all normal my docter i do suffer fron weak painful legs times and would take lyrica pregabalin for but when i took glucosamine chondroitin it did help my legs i did have fatigue but has subsided please help my gp docter is ignorant about my issues says it pycological i no its not he should investigate
Asked On : Tue, 2 Apr 2013
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after reading your complaints i would suggest you to undergo mri scan of the head to rule out any problem in the inner part of the ear which can give rise to the symptoms you have mentioned.
Answered: Sun, 7 Jul 2013
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