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I have found a lump both sides of my face near my cheek bone right in front on my ears its painful and just appeard from no where. Many thanks?

I have found a lump both sides of my face near my cheek bone right in front on my ears its painful and just appeard from no where. Many thanks?

Salivary glands.: Virus infection to the salivary glands cause these type of problems.Most likely you are having parotiditis (inflammation of the parotid glands. Treatment is symptomatic. ...Read more

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What could it mean when I have non painful, non discoloured lumps on both sides at the back of my tongue?

What could it mean when I have non painful, non discoloured lumps on both sides at the back of my tongue?

Perhaps Normal: All of us have non-painful lumps on the sides & back of our tongues. So, what you're seeing could quite possibly be "normal" anatomy. However, there are many variations which look a bit odd, & there are also several conditions which could look as you describe. The only way to know for sure is to see a dentist, oral surgeon, or ent. If it's something unusual, you should know asap. See someone asap. ...Read more

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I found a lump on the left side of my face just above the jawline. Its been there for abit but now is painful... Is this something to worry about?

I found a lump on the left side of my face just above the jawline. Its been there for abit but now is painful... Is this something to worry about?

Dental infection?: Any painful lump in the face or head can be an infection. In the area you describe it might be a dental infection, a lymph mode or a salivary gland infection. Best to see an ENT doctor. ...Read more

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I have a small hard ball type lump under the skin on earlobe, you can feel it both sides it's extremely painful to touch/lean on. Had it 2+ weeks help?

I have a small hard ball type lump under the skin on earlobe, you can feel it both sides it's extremely painful to touch/lean on. Had it 2+ weeks help?

Infected Cyst: This is likely an infected inclusion cyst in your earlobe. It needs to be drained. Therefore you need to be seen by a physician to be treated. Do not try to pop it on your own. ...Read more

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I have painful pea size lumps on both sides of my pelvis. What should I do?

Family practice : These could be lymph nodes. They enlarge when there is an infection or reaction in your body. Since it is on both sides it hard to say where your infection may be. You need to have your dr check it out. ...Read more

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I have numerous lumps on both sides of my rib cages.I had 1 then 2 and more multiplying down my side and now are painful and now on my stomach.

I have numerous lumps on both sides of my rib cages.I had 1 then 2 and more multiplying down my side and now are painful and now on my stomach.

Infection: I do not know what your activities are, but infection, abscess a thought. If one sided I would consider shingles. There are other neuropathic problems though. Seems you should be seen. ...Read more

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Found a small, hard, lump on the left side of my face. Feels as if it is attached to my jaw and doesn't move when touched. It isn't painful. Cyst?

Found a small, hard, lump on the left side of my face. Feels as if it is attached to my jaw and doesn't move when touched. It isn't painful. Cyst?

It depends on size: If it is small(10mm, you should show it to your GP and get his opinion regarding biopsy or excision. If it appeared to be benign, then it can be watched for further growth or regression. Further growth means you need a biopsy done . ...Read more

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Woke up with face swollen on right side, long lump between ear and face and it's very painful especially when I move, what could this be?

Woke up with face swollen on right side, long lump between ear and face and it's very painful especially when I move, what could this be?

See a doctor ASAP: Without being able to see and examine you I can only say that this has the potential to be extremely severe and should be dealt with by a professional immediately. If necessary go to an ER or Urgent Care facility. Good luck. ...Read more