Hard lumps below and in front of the ear, swollen jaw. Worried
Hi Dr. Bhatti, Since yesterday I have a hard lump in front of my left ear and another one below the same ear. They are both under the skin and only hurt when i touch them. The lymph nodes on both sides, right under my jaw, might be swollen but I'm not sure. My left temple is also tender...
Lump in front of ear. Worried about blood clot and brain aneurysm
Hi my name is ida I have a small lump right infront of my right ear kind of where the jawbone ends and I had it for about 4 years I recently went to the doctors and she told me everything is fine that they are lymphnods that don't go away I recently read about a blood clot that is around...
I am taking antibiotics for an ingrown hair in my eyebrow but now I noticed in front of my right ear I have a lump is this a side effect or lymph node issue?
Yes, the lump near the ear could be a lymph node related to the ingrown hair you have in the eye brow. Continue the antibiotics this will treat the current problem.
Hello how are you. I was wondering if my headaches may be caused by wet hair and the air conditioner on.
Yes, headache can be a symptoms of cold, fever or sinuses inflammation. Wet hair and air conditioner can cause this issues. The pain should be located in the front of the head or even in the face area. You may also have chills, sweating, weakness, throat pain, ear pain, etc. It is good to have it checked as any infection in the head area can lead to meningitis. Regards.
My son tripped and hit his face on a bench corner. He has a lump in his cheek, will this heal?
It will heal, but the duration will depend on the cause of lump.
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