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I have a hard immovable painlesslump in front of my

I have a hard immovable painlesslump in front of my left ear just above the tragus region some 6 months ago and then it went off. Now for a month it has appeared once again and is not decreasinh or increasing. Also it can be felt only by touching it. Now I also feel mild ear pain for 2 days as if something is struck in my ear I am only 25
Sun, 4 Nov 2018
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