It could, but
But it also can be something else. You have had a ct scan of your chest. I imagine the doctor who ordered that knows a lot of your medical history. That person would be in a position to help answer your question more accurately. An ENT (ear nose throughout doctor would be ideal for sinus issues).
May be TMJ or inflammation of the temporal artery. Start with warm compresses and ibuprofen but if it persists you should see your doctor
Pain above ear
May be infection, folliculitis, and would go to urgent care /doctor/ER for evaluation and possible antibiotics.
Full medical history and physical examination including neurological examination and possible radiologic examination
An earache can be a sharp, dull, or burning pain in one or both ears. The pain may be temporary or co
If it hasn’t changed. An Ultrasound may help further define it. All the best.
This islikely a deep blood collection that pooled between the scalp & skull where there are few blood vessels to help it fade. These are created from broken veins that bridge the scalp through the skull. Sometimes the pool will form a bony calcium deposit that can last months. Eventually it will fade as the kid grows. You never try to drain it or it can become infected. Your doc should confirm it
This is something called a benign fasciculation (twitch). These are harmless though irritating and can be brought on by fatigue or anxiety, though more often than not, they occur spontaneously - "out of the blue". They generally come and go and can show up in various parts of the body, e.g. eyelid, thigh, calf.
If a week of amoxicillin hasn't resolved issue needs to be seen about, could just be a tophi, mayh be sebaceous cyst.
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