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I'm worried about 2 lumps on back of my head,been there for at least 2 month, one has been growing, hard underskin lumps, any ideAs? Thanks

I'm worried about 2 lumps on back of my head,been there for at least 2 month,  one has been growing,  hard underskin lumps, any ideAs? Thanks

Get them seen: Show these to your personal physician at your next visit. They may be postoccipital lymph nodes, epidermoid inclusion cysts, ingrown hairs, or goodness-knows. If they keep growing or ulcerate, get seen earlier. ...Read more

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I have a few hard lumps on my head just below the service. At first there was just one now there are five . They are very hard but do not move . Start small grow to about hr size of a pea.

I have a few hard lumps on my head just below the service. At first there was just one now there are five . They are very hard but do not move . Start small grow to about hr size of a pea.

If : If the scalp moves freely over these lumps, and they feel hard like bone, they are likely to be osteomas which are benign and don't typically need treatment unless symptomatic. In some rare cases, they may be related to a systemic disorder ( such as gardner's syndrome associated with colonic polyps). My best recommendation is have someone check these out to make a proper diagnosis and hopefully reassure you there is nothing to worry about. ...Read more

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What could cause lumps that grow below the head of penis?

What could cause lumps that grow below the head of penis?

Pearly papules?: One man in about one hundred is the lucky owner of "pearly penile papules" along the corona (the back part of the glans). They are a normal variant and might be considered something of a plus. If for some reason you don't like them, they can be removed using a laser. Check the online photos and see if this matches what you have. ...Read more

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Hard lump growing out of a teenager's head, wut does that mean?

Hard lump growing out of a teenager's head, wut does that mean?

Variable diagnosis: Often these are calcium deposits that have originated as a bony overgrowth to what may have been minor trauma. They are common in prominent areas like the eyebrow ridge. I would have it evaluated during regular office hours by his regular doc. ...Read more

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I had lump on my head. A 2 or 3 years ago. It grow and got bigger. It bleed and hurt. Had it removed. 3 months ago find 2 lumps on my head.

I had lump on my head. A 2 or 3 years ago. It grow and got bigger. It bleed and hurt. Had it removed. 3 months ago find 2 lumps on my head.

What was the biopsy: Or diagnosis for the first bump? This may be helpful for determining your other lumps. Have your pcp look at this, and determine if it's similar or related. Best to get to the bottom on this. ...Read more

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I had a pimple on side of my head now its a huge lump growing its hurt ?

I had a pimple on side of my head now its a huge lump growing its hurt ?

Cyst: It sounds like you have a cyst. A cyst is a pimple that grows in the deeper skin. It fills up kind of like a water balloon. These don't turn bad but may get infected. If it hurts, you should see a dermatologist to have it treated. ...Read more

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Single soft painless lump on the right side of the neck near clavicular head. Slow-growing, smaller than an inch and oval shaped. What could it be?

Single soft painless lump on the right side of the neck near clavicular head. Slow-growing, smaller than an inch and oval shaped. What could it be?

See a doctor: Hi. It sounds suspicious for a lymph node. It could also be a thyroid nodule. I suggest you see your doctor and discuss! Please don't ignore this! Good luck! ...Read more

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My 6 yr old son developed about 2 cm round lump on back of his head. It started 3 weeks ago and is growing. Feels hard under the normal skin. No pain?

My 6 yr old son developed about 2 cm round lump on back of his head. It started 3 weeks ago and is growing. Feels hard under the normal skin. No pain?

Head lump??: See if he has a symmetrical lump on the other side which you just never noticed before. If not it is most likely that you are feeling a lymph node. Bring it to the attention of his doc and go from there. ...Read more