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Lump Along Jaw Line
I have a lump under my skin on my left side of my face along my jaw line and i don't know what it is. I've had it for months and im only 18.
Need exam: The most common growths that present as a lump as you have described include lipomas (fatty growth) and epidermal inclusion cyst (skin cyst). Less common and potentially more serious possibilities exist and need to be excluded as possibilities . The best way to do that is visit your primary care doctor or dermatologist and have your lump evaluated. ...Read more
Marble sized hard lump that does not hurt or move under my left earlobe along my jaw. it's not a cyst or swollen node. No other pain . Any ideas?
I have a hard, immovable lump on my neck underneath my jaw line. It's causing aching and tenderness along my jaw. Should I be worried?
Yes you should: you need to see a doctor the hard lump either a lymph node that will disappear after a course of antibiotics or it has to be removed and biopsy or it could be a mass on your parotid gland either way you need medical care so go and see a doctor good luck and thank you for using health tap ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Just woke up with a lump directly under my jaw line. Along with a cold. And a really bad running nose. Feel dizzy at times. And now have another lump?
Swollen glands: This is a common area for your glands to swell. They are specialized sacs that contain cells that fight infection. If they persist after your cold goes away, tell your doctor. ...Read more
I have a mass beginning in my neck and below the jaw/in front of ear, extending along jawline to chin. Moves to touch, along with mild pain. What could it be?
I have developed a painful pea sized lump on the right hand side of my jaw half way along from ear to chin for the second time in the last four weeks.
Pain in tragus and bad hearing within inner ear.Small lumps along jawline down to around cheekbones. Jaw pain and stiffness. History of ear infection.
Where in the jaw?: Lumps and bumps can appear anywhere in or on the soft and/or hard tissues of the jaws. Without more information about the specific location and symptoms, it would be difficult to provide you with more information or advice. ...Read more