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Pea-sized lump on the lower side of skull, have tiredness, bouts of extreme dizziness, pressure behind eyes. Cause?

A few days ago, I found a pea sized lump on the lower left hand side of my skull (where it meets the neck ). It s hard (like bone) and doesn t move. Since then, I ve been feeling extremely tired and have been suffering from bouts of extreme dizziness . I m also feeling a slight pressure headache behind my eyes. What could this be?
Asked On : Fri, 1 Feb 2013
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hello there!
Thank you for asking,. this pea sized bump below ear is mastoid lymph node and associated dizziness and all other symtoms indicate you have got inner ear infection secondary to middle ear infection or any recent ear or mastoid infection,
Laabyrinthis is the result of this trouble and is the cause o your vertigo.
All you need is some Symptomatic treatment for your vertigo.Some proclorperazine, Some betahistadine dihydrochloride, some Avoid salt intake, treat ear infection if any, some ear antibiotics drops , some steroid dropos, oral Amoxill. And a good Otorhino laryngologist to help you out with this node etiology.

You will be fine
No worries

S Khan
Answered: Fri, 29 Nov 2013
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