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Bump Under Jawline Tonsil Cyst
Hard, yellowish cyst-like bump on tonsil. Outside is kinda a clear hard covering. Been there for two months. Still same size. What is it? Not stone
Likely benign cyst.
If large may require removal
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A cyst is a structure or mass that consists of a cellular lined sac. It is typically filled with fluid but may be filled with solid material. It can be congenital, traumatic, or acquired. They may develop nearly anywhere in the body and usually require complete excision for eradication or they are likely to recur. Fluid filled sacs that are not cellular lined ...Read more
Have a large bump about the size of a large pea underneath my jawline. Feels like cyst. Should I have it removed or will it go away on its own?
Cyst: You should have it evaluated by a physician, it could be a lymph node or a cyst, no way to tell without an exam. Take care! ...Read more
I have a large bump underneath my jawline. It feels like a cyst but I tried to lance it and nothing has come out except clear fluid and a little blood?
Stop: First, don't try to treat yourself - you could well harm yourself. You may have an enlarged lymph node or a salivary gland nodule. You may just have a lipoma or sebaceous cyst. Regardless, see your doctor, who will refer you on if needed. Again, do not try to lance or otherwise rupture the area. Good luck. ...Read more
Jawline bump: enlarged lymphnode or cystic zit? I hav acne&get some but afraid of hiv. 5min protected sex. Oraquik neg @5.5 - after. Its now 7wk? Neg?
Probably negative...: You are probably negative, but the only way to know is to get retested again. Most lymph nodes usually come and go if you have an infection on the face, such as cystic acne. However, if it doesn't go away after a month or so, it may be worth seeing your medical provider to determine if it is a lymph node or something else. Based on your protected sexual contact, your HIV risk is already low. ...Read more
Could I have an oral cyst in my gum? I've got a bump on or in my gum about a quarter of the way into my mouth on the left side. It's red, and feels a bit squishy, but there is no real pain. Could this be on oral cyst, or something else? Do I need to be wo
Making a diagnosis of your problem, over the internet, sight unseen, is not prudent.
As a general rule of thumb, if there is a lesion, bump, ulceration, or change in your mouth that is not a normal, ordinary part of your anatomy that doesn't resolve by itself in a few days, it needs to be evaluated as to the cause, and then physically treated by your dentist or other health care provider.
Allowing anything out of the ordinary to linger is not advisable. Please have the lesion evaluated. ...Read more
What does an oral cyst feel like? Recently I've noticed that I have a bump on my gum near the back on the lower right side of my mouth. It doesn't hurt a lot, but it is tender. It's kind of hard to the touch so I'm wondering if I might just have something
As: As stated could be many things but you must get it checked out. ...Read more
I've been to my dentist about this bump like thing in my mouth about 2 weeks. He said he looks to be a cyst of some sought. Lipoma. Referred me out for soft tissue biopsy. My follow appointment is in 3 weeks. The only thing is now the bump seems to have c
My aunt has an issue she has clear bumps that feel like the beans in a bean bag. They are small and on her leg and hand and under her mouth. I'm thinking it could be small tumors or cysts but I'm not sure?
Need to examine: It is not feasible to provide a meaningful opinion without taking additional history, physical examination and may be some tests, including a biopsy. It would be prudent to see your doctor. ...Read more
I feel a bump on my jawline. I can move it back and forth. However I can't feel it when I feel inside my mouth in the same area. Any ideas?
Not enough: Specific information... you need to see a dentist or your doctor for proper diagnosis. ...Read more
No: Although this is most likely a benign cyst, it is not small. 9mm is almost 1/3 of an inch. If it is not tender with redness around it, and it has been there for months, I would not worry about it. A 2-3 mm. Cyst is what I would call small. Watch it over the course of 6 months and if it remains the same size, I would not worry, but have an ENT doctor check it to give you some peace of mind. ...Read more
Tonsil: A tonsil cyst and a tonsil stone are very different problems, but they can both present with pressure, pain and discomfort. As for taste...Not really. A tonsil stone smells quite putrid and the taste typically follows. There usually isn't much to take with a tonsil cyst. ...Read more
I've had a tonsil Cyst for 3-4 years. Hasn't caused any problems. Is it dangerous or can it be cancerous?
Had tonsils removed along with a cyst in my left sinus 5 days ago. What should I expect over the next few weeks?
Post surgery: Tonsillectomy in adults results in a significant sore throat after surgery with possible low grade fever, ear pain, and bad breath. Be sure to keep drinking a lot of fluids and do not get dehydrated. The removal of the sinus cyst may cause some nasal congestion and a little blood drainage from the nostril for a week or so. Contact your doctor if you have any significant bleeding or fever. ...Read more
I found a mass on my tonsil recently. It looks like a cyst and seemed to appear out of no where since I haven't been sick in 4 months.
I may have a cyst on my tonsil what can I do at home to help it some yellowish stuff came out it last night. It first appeared during my sinus infecti?
Gargle: If you have debris coming off a tonsil, drink more fluids and gargle several times every day. If symptoms persist, see an ent. ...Read more
Tonsil Cyst: Tonsil cysts are usually visible on the surface of the tonsil and can be seen during an oral exam. If you are concerned about a tonsil cyst, make sure to see your primary care provider or your local ear nose and throat specialist. ...Read more
Yes: It is possible to have cysts in tonsils for years and years without causing any symptoms/problems. ...Read more
Had strep that turned to abscess. 8 months later and I still have pain and some swelling on that side. Now I have a cyst on tonsil. What is the issue?
Abscess now cyst: Greetings. I sympathize with you regarding your peritonsillar abscess. Some of my patients suffering the most are those with a PTA. The fact that you still have pain and swelling means that you may need further care and possibly even a tonsillectomy. I feel the cyst is probably unrelated however your surgeon will make that determination. Follow up with your ENT for a recheck. ...Read more
Not to worry: The tonsils in the throat are lined with squamous epithelium (skin). Sometimes the normal growth of this lining can invaginate and grow inwards causing a benign cyst. If there is no redness around the cyst and if does not cause pain or enlarge, I would not worry about it. The question is, is this really a cyst? See an ENT doctor for reassurance. ...Read more
I went to an ENT yesterday and he told me I had a tonsil cyst which was nothing to worry about. Can he tell by just looking?
Yes: Tonsils are very easily visualized by a qualified ENT physician. The question comes down to whether you are symptomatic - pain, trouble swallowing, hoarseness. If any if these are the case, it is unlikely that this is a simple cyst and you should seek additional information. But if the ENT was confident and you have trust in their assessment, then you need go no further for a tonsillar cyst. ...Read more
Been told has tonsil cyst, not to worry. In that case, do I need to see ENT regularly (like once a year?) for it regular checking and how often?
Tonsillar cyst: Mucus cysts of the tonsils are benign, asymptomatic, rarely change and don't need continued surveillance. If an otolaryngologist confirms the diagnosis, he/she is best qualified to advise you about any needed follow-up, however. Of course if symptoms or change in that area develop you will need reexamination. ...Read more
YES: The eustachian tube connects the inner ear to the oropharynx (back of the throat). Its putpose is to equalize pressure on the ear drum. It is above the tonsil but can be affected by swelling with tonsil surgery. It should settle down within a few days if this is your problem. Your surgeon should be able to confirm your problem during a follow up visit. ...Read more