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Hard lumps under the skin on jawline, occasional ear pain, shooting head pains. Cause?

hi, i have a few small lumps under my skin, under my jawline. they are hard, but not sore. the doctor said a couple of weeks ago i had an infection but it was clearing itself up, and i didn t need antibiotics . i get some pain in my ear (but have done my whole life), and also shooting pains in my head sometimes. what is this??
Asked On : Fri, 14 Dec 2012
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Hi I am Dr. Samiron Roy ENT Splst. Your small lumps under the jaw are most likely Sub-mandibular lymph nodes. For this you need some tests
1. Blood- Hb, TC, DC, ESR,
2. Mantoux Test,
3. FNAC from the largest of the nodes,

In the meantime till the reports come you start on:
1. Tab cefixime 200 mg b.i.d.
2. Tab Chymoral Forte 1 t.i.d.
3. Tab Limcee 500 mg 1 b.i.d. to suck
This you take for 10 days ( till all your reports are ready ) and then report.
Answered: Thu, 10 Oct 2013
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