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Lumps On Back Of Neck Under Skin
Have lumps inside of skin pop up in feet, hands, thighs, shoulders, back, back of neck and head for 3+ months, inflamed and painful they come-n-go?
Small lump felt back of neck. Was there months before but grew suddenly. Redness around right now but firm and attached to skin. What is this?
Probably a cyst: These can get infected and need treated with antibiotics. They can grow and get larger. They may need to be surgically removed. Your doctor can evaluate and treat. ...Read more
I have a hard lump that doesn't move and isn't attached to my skin underneath on back of neck. Also a little tender. What can it be?
Lymphnode?: Could be a lymph node that is working as it should. However, if this does not go away in two weeks then you will need to be examined. ...Read more
Hard nonmoveable lump on back of neck not attached to skin - has been there about a month. Also feeling nauseous. Should I be concerned?
Yes: It may be related to bone. See an ortho or oncologist ...Read more
Scalp Folliculitis: Folliculitis is the medical term for the infection and inflammation of the hair follicles. This condition can affect the hair and skin on any part of the body, including the scalp. Scalp folliculitis is characterized by the appearance of small, white or yellowish pustules, that resemble acne. The pustules can be quite itchy and painful at times. Treatment is oral antibiotics. ...Read more
Have palpable lymph node on back of neck for few months. And rather large lump on back of head for a year believed to be lymph nod. Should I concern?
I've recently had numerous tests like bloods & mri's but all come back clear. I have a lump on back of neck and head always feels heavy, tired always.
They can't find any: Thing wrong! This is the title of a book and a bigger theme in medicine. Assuming you indeed have had all the tests, stress could be the cause of the head heaviness and fatigue. Stress can cause a lot of physical symptoms. Appropriately, you've had tests and seen doctors to exclude a serious medical condition. Now you need a doctor to help you with stress and tension, most likely. ...Read more
Cysts and lymphnodes: We have only few glands in the back of neck and swelling/lumps you feel are often from sebaceous cyst, which if infected can cause pain and may look like the one in picture here. Lymphnodes are typically small and mobile but can get larger and sore if there is infection near-by the area. If it is bothering you, get it checked. Boil can be lanced and may need antibiotic. Consult doc. Good luck. ...Read more
The more I feel for lumps I keep finding it scaring me so much its like im obsessed just found a little small one towards back of neck so scared?
See Doctor: Most lumps smaller than the size of a standard pencil eraser are not serious, but if you are worried, a primary care doctor can help you figure out if there is anything going on. ...Read more
See profile/health info pic. Back of neck where shoulder & neck meet is more prominent & firm than other side. No lumps - could it b swollen lymph nod?
May be neck muscle: If it is really behind the neck, it isn't likely to be a gland. The glands are mainly on the front side of the neck. One of the larger back of the neck muscles may be larger than the other side, or may be swollen from being over used. This muscle is called the trapezius, if you want to look it up and confirm that is where the swelling is at. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Are there lymph nodes in back of neck near base of skull? I have two lumps im going to get checked but no pictures on web shows lymphs nodes are there
Yes: There are lymph nodes at the back of the skull in what is called the occipital chain. They can enalrged with colds and infections of the scalp. ...Read more
Pain: Yes sinus infections can cause your head and neck to pain. ...Read more
Not usually: Not usually. Paranasal sinuses are located way anterior in facial area. They consist of frontal, ethmoid, sphenoid and maxillary sinuses. ...Read more
Bump on neck.: Show to your Dr.Get a more detailed answer ›
Possible abscess: Most likely an abscess (an area of infection that can develop into ball of pus), secondary to an infected cyst or hair follicle, usually fairly painful, swollen, warm, red most of time along with an area that might be yellow-gold. Fairly common Initially treated with warm compresses (towel soaked in warm water) for 10-15 minutes- 2-3X/day. If no better, see doctor for possible drainage + meds. ...Read more
I turned my head to call out my son and felt a discomfort to back of neck. Throughout the day the pain was constant but worse at night. Any remedies?
Neck pain: Lie flat in bed without a pillow. Sleep with a heating pad or hot water bottle set on lowso you don't get burned. You can use ice pack if that feels more comfortable. Try a muscle relaxant obtainable by prescription from your doctor. You can also take Ibuprofen for pain. If no improvement over time physical therapy may be needed. ...Read more
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