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Painful cyst on back of head. Have headache and stomach pain. Cure for symptoms?

Hi I m a 27 year old female and I m type 1 diabetic and every now and then I get this lump in the back of my head it hurts like someone hit me and they leave and come back but I get headaches and feel dizzy at times that make me sick, what is it I was told a small cyst that desolves when u put a warm rag on it but it seems to hurt it more, then every now and then ill get super sick to my stomach and have the poops a lot and stomach pains
Asked On : Fri, 15 Feb 2013
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The swelling could be sebaceous cyst,which occurs in hairy areas.
It is better to get it removed completely by a surgeon.incomplete removal may lead to recurrence.
If it is removed,there will be no headache.
It has no relation to stomach pain.For stomach pain,i prescribe Rabeprazole tablet with anti spasmodic Dicyclomine tablet.
Wish you speedy recovery
Answered: Sat, 5 Oct 2013
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