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Hard Lump On Forehead Under Skin
I have a really hard lump on the top of my head right above my forehead its flat on each sides of it but sticks up pretty high what could this be? And
I have a small lump in my forehead, it's hard and feels like it's on a nerve because when I press on it and try to move it sometimes, I get a shooting pain through my head. Headaches occur sometimes too?
Have it checked out!: There are plenty of nerves on the face compared to the rest of the body. So anytime there's a lump, bump, acne, scrape, or lesion, it's painful! So, best to have it checked out by your doctor to physically examine it, and see if it needs further investigation or imaging. The forehead has a lot of nerves there, so the bump is just intensifying it more. It may go away on it's own too. See your DR! ...Read more
I have developed an ovoid hard lump suddenly on my head above forehead and mid line. No head injury. But been experiencing violent headache.
You need a workup:
Your going to need to see a Neurologist so the proper testing can be ordered. Without seeing it, it's hard to comment on what it possibly is.
It could just be a dermatological problem like a benign cyst, but given that your associating "Violgent" headaches, you will need a full head to toe Neuro assessment and perhaps imaging not for just this growth, but the brain too. ...Read more
My dogs hard head hit my forehead pretty hard. No lump. An hour after my eyes starting stinging and watering. Then my whole head started hurting.
I have had a hard zit like lump on my head for about 6months now (no other symptoms) and now another has popped up by my forehead to the left Ideas?
I had a boil on my forehead between my eyebrows a month ago, pus drained but left a a hard lump and a scar where the head was. Derm gave me another roun?
Boil: The firm lump may be residual fibrosis after the infection drained. If this is so, gradual retraction of the tissue occurs for weeks and eventual shrinkage of the lump should occur. If residual infection is present, the area will be reddened and tender and warm compresses should continue. ...Read more
I have a small hard lump on right side forehead bout an inch below hairline and not visible to the eye it does not move and its tender if touched and you can feel your heartbeat coming through it also skin moves freely over and no recent trauma?
Forehead Lump: Tough to say what that may be "over the computer" without examining it. The fact that you can feel your heart beat would point towards it being vascular in nature, but as stated, you would be best served by seeing a Doctor to get an official evaluation, so a definitive diagnosis can be made and any treatment would follow. Good Luck to you. ...Read more
Cant' tell: Can't tell by description. See a doctor and get checked. ...Read more
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See a dermatologist: It is difficult to make a proper diagnosis since I am not there to see the condition. I recommend seeing a dermatologist so that they can make a proper diagnosis and give you something to get rid of the condition or relieve symptoms. ...Read more
Although I'm not a: Physician, if one of my clients came in for psychotherapy with what you are reporting, I would recommend that they get it checked out either by your primary care physician or at an emergency room. Concussions can do some serious harm and often the symptoms don't appear right away. Check it out to be safe. ...Read more
Probably benign: Probably benign osteoma. However, see ENT doc for exam/recommendations. ...Read more
I have a hard lump on the side of my head about the size of a golf ball maybe wondering what it is?
Exam: You must be examined and have this area biopsied or surgically removed. ...Read more