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Dr. Andrew Rynne
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Dr. Andrew Rynne

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Suggest treatment for pain in the jaws

I recently woke up with a knot on my jaw. I thought it was an ingrown hair. So I attempted to pop it and nothing happened. I then woke the next morning, with what I thought was a spider bite be tween my anus and the lower portion of my back, but in the crack. the lump in my face is getting smaller with time, but the one in my ass crack is growing. I find it hard to sit anywhere for it hurts way to much. The growth on my ass is getting bigger unlike the one on my face. I sure could use some help.
Fri, 18 Aug 2017
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Hi i do care for your concern.
The lump in your anal region may be an infected abscess as the size increase and so the pain.
It is more common for infectious lump to occur in the region, mostly of bacterial origin.
I would suggest
To consult your physician and to know the nature of the lump, and if abscess then drainage of the abscess may be required.
To continue antibiotics along with antacid for five days will completely resolve the symptoms.
hope the condition resolves soon.
Hope i have answered your question, if you have more feel free to ask.
Thank you.
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Suggest treatment for pain in the jaws

Hi i do care for your concern. The lump in your anal region may be an infected abscess as the size increase and so the pain. It is more common for infectious lump to occur in the region, mostly of bacterial origin. I would suggest To consult your physician and to know the nature of the lump, and if abscess then drainage of the abscess may be required. To continue antibiotics along with antacid for five days will completely resolve the symptoms. hope the condition resolves soon. Hope i have answered your question, if you have more feel free to ask. Thank you.