I have 5 swollen glands on my neck right where it meets your chin. Both of the glands behind my ears are swollen, and one is swollen in the hinge of my left jaw. A little over a year ago I went to my ...
gave Neurofen and Anbesol on the gum as he has been teething . This morning he woke up with a swollenear . It is especially red and swollen behind the ear, to the extent that the ear is sticking out ...
7 month old daughter has swollen lymph nodes behind left ear My 7 month old daughter has Swollen ... A platelet count. (Flu Shot )3 days before test. the doctor said Swollen lymph node behind ear usually occurs ...
I woke up with a slightly painful jaw to the right, lump hard in consistency, literally beside right ear, on jaw bone, about the size of a minstrel (chocolate)
Looks like your parotid gland is swollen. Can also be a lymph node. You need to be physically examined by a physician.
My right side of jaw and chin is swollen, my lymphnodes on the right side of my neck is swollen, behind my ear is swollen, and my ear hurts. What could this be?
Welcome to HCM,
You may have some upper respiratory infection. You should consult your doctor for examination if it is sever. You can take some painkiller to relieve pain. You might have to take antibiotic course for few days which help you to clear infection.
I have a lump in the back of my ear, Right in the crease of the back of my ear, I have no ear drum and feel dizzy sporadically.
The lump at the back of the ear is likely to be a swollen lymph node due to an infection in the area. The feeling of dizziness is related to a middle ear disease.
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