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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 where my lump is and it can cause brain anerism so I'm worried
Asked On : Mon, 8 Apr 2013
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hello ida
lymphnodes do enlarge in front of ears ,they enlarge because of some infection around if u dont have ear problems ,gum problems then u should see whether u have Dandruff .If its there buy an antidandruff medicated shampoo and rinse ur hairs .lymphnodes will go in no time.
Blood clot occurs if there is any trauma that u can tell whether u had or not..
Blood clot get dissolve but takes time 1-2 wks.
Blood clot doesnt cause brain anuerysm .Anuerysm is ballooning of blood vessel.Clots can cause blockage not ballooning ...but such clots which are big ie u can feel it or palpate it doent diloge like that as they are out side the blood vessel
So do not panic and take proper treatment written above.
Answered: Mon, 8 Apr 2013
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