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Bruise On Ears Symptoms
What could these symptoms mean? I am a 21yo F with frequent sinus/ear infections, pallor, weakness, fatigue, and extremely large and easy bruising.
Mgt: I would suggest screening for chronic infection, immune disorders, including malignancy. These are potentially serious symptoms, and a follow up appointment with your PCP is indicated. If there are chronic lung infections, please have a chest radiograph. Eat a balanced diet and avoid contact with anyone who is ill. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Bruise Or Contusion (Definition)
Bruises, or ecchymoses, are discolorations and tenderness of the skin or mucous membranes due to the leakage of blood from an injured blood vessel into the surrounding tissues. A serious disease called pupura presents as a cluster of small bruises called petachia. Petachia often appears as many tiny red dots clustered together, and could indicate a problem. ...Read more
What's the best way to tell a doc I've had symptoms of Lyme,hernia,Celiac,heart,tongue,ear,neck,finger,fog,torso,tick bumps/bruising, problems?
Write it down: You can prepare for a visit by writing down any symptom or set of symptoms/findings in an organized way.Include when they started, any things that you think alter the intensity,anything you have done that helped. Make up a comprehensive list, review it to make sure you have it all. Have a trusted friend readmit to see if it is clear and concise.Hand it to the nurse or tech before the visit. ...Read more
What symptoms should you look out for if you bang your head, it bleeds and bruises but there is no real cut?
Consciousness level: For severe head trauma, the concern is a delayed bleeding in the space between the bone and the brain envelopes. It usually happens within 24 h. The first symptom would be lethargy leading to loss of consciousness. It is good to observe the patient for 24 hours, waking them up every couple of hours at night. ...Read more
Almost a decade ago, bumped my head really hard. It was bruised and had none of the usual adverse symptoms after except for the bruising. I did the u?
Unclear question: Your question was incomplete, however, it is unlikely that you have any residual effects from bumping your head. For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form. Practice safe sex. ...Read more
Hit bck of my head ona wall, i hv a small bruise, i hv no symptoms of concussionexcept rly minorheadache, is'it safe 4me to sleep & go to doc on sat.
Hard fixed knot behind right ear. Tender to touch and flesh colored, also have been battling cold/allergy symptoms.
Softish lump behind my right ear, slightly moveable, have had for ears and is sometimes tender but mostly painless. No other symptoms. ?
Cyst or lymph node: A soft lump behind the ear may be one of many things. A lymph node may remain enlarged after an infection. Any recurrent infections could make it tender. A cyst would be firmer, but attached to the skin. They can get tender when inflamed. Sounds like it should be evaluated by your surgeon. ...Read more
What is the severity if i had slight bleeding on the right hemisphere on the frontal lobe and have a quarter size bruise. No symptoms of head trauma.
Swollen lymph node on neck just below ear, ~1cm, not tender, feels quite firm, no other symptoms, had it for about 2 weeks now- cause for concern?
Need check up: If no abvious infections that causing this, you should see your doctor. ...Read more
Soft mobile lump side of right ear near lobe had it for a month now its not red or tender and no other symptoms what can it be and should it go away?
Cyst: This bump is probably an uninflamed cyst....However, you should have it verified by a dermatologist.You may or may not want to have it surgically removed. You want to be sure that is all it is. Depending on the size and if it's growing you may decide to remove it. ...Read more
Pea sized lump behind right ear sometimes tender no other symptoms what could it be, could it be cancer, had this lump for a few days?
Are my symptoms all in my head? I went to get a CBC in february and everything came back fine. I still feel tired, bruise easily, and have horrible shortness of breath for no reason. Could leukemia have developed between now and then? Should I get a secon
A slightly swollen, tender lymph node below left ear with no other symptoms of cold/infection, etc. Any OTC med i can take or do I need a doctor?
Bumped my head on table while on coumadin (warfarin). The spot feels sore to touch. No bruising or other symptoms. Inr usually 2-2.5. Should i be concerned?
Minor sore throat tender ear no fever small spots on tonsil, feel ok doc did quick strep said showed slight pos can I have strep with no major symptom?
Yes you can: and you don't need to have the full spectrum of symptoms ...Read more
I have an enlarged bump on the back of my head on the right side at the base of the skull. It is very tender? No other symptoms. Should i be worried?
See a dr: You may have a pilar cyst( hair cyst) that may be trying to get infected . You may need a surgeon to drain or remove it. ...Read more
I hit the side of my head hard 1 week ago on point of hard chair. No symptoms except very tender/sore. Have been icing area. Still tender. Any advice?
2 months ago, a large shelf mount fell and hit my head. A bump formed, went away in a couple of weeks with no other symptoms. A tender bump came back?
Explanation : The bump should not come back, but some tenderness in this area will be present for few more weeks. ...Read more
Healthy 19 yo. I was bent over changing my son & got a sharp shooting pain in head. Tender to touch. It lasted a few seconds and no other symptoms. ?
Don't worry be happy: If it comes back, then yes, seek a neurologist for further workup. If it never comes back, it could be myriad things *but it went away*, so likely it will never bother you again. Red flags to warrant concern, among others, could include change in vision, vertigo or disequilibrium, headache that comes with change of position, or neck pain radiating into the head, arms or back. ...Read more