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Painful Lump On Eyebrow
Not normal : Have a checked out by an eye doctor. You may be referred to an oculoplastic surgeon, to determine what the bump is, and whether it needs to be imaged by MRI or orbital CT. Also they will have to test your muscles, to make sure that your eye muscles are working well together. ...Read more
I have a lump on the end of my eyebrow under my skin ever since I got back from holidays. It's not sore but when touched is painful and tender. It som?
I have a small lump on my forehead above eyebrow that can be felt not seen that's very painful for over a month now. I never got hurt. Any ideas?
Lumpy'lMakeYouGrumpy: Small cysts can form in that area that can hurt due to the pressure that builds up in them. Kinda like a deep zit. Best not to keep fiddling with it-just makes it worse. Leave it alone for two weeks. If still there, then go see a dermatologist to help you figure out what to do next. Go sooner if it's getting worse. ...Read more
I have a reddish bump in the middle of my eyebrows it feels watery but has no head it is a little painful what shouldn't do to reduce the lump and red?
Eyebrow mass: This could be something within the skin or in the tissues below it. See an otolaryngologist (ENT) or a dermatologist for care, as this may get worse with time. ...Read more
Strange non painful lumps appear on my face, forehead eyebrows, cheek bones.disappear after a day or so.What could they be?
Face lumps: Impossible to tell without pictures and medical history. They may be cysts or acneic eruptions. Please consult your dermatologist. ...Read more
Get it evaluated: You should have an oculoplastic surgeon evaluate this lump, if you can't find one then see an ophthalmologist to maybe have it removed if it has a suspicious appearance. ...Read more
Get it checked: Without seeing it, sounds like it should be examined by a dermatologist or your primary care doctor. ...Read more
I had a small lump on the end of my eyebrow 2 days ago and now it has enlarged and is very noticeable?
Cyst or infection: This may be a cyst or an infected or obstructed gland, such as an oil gland or a sweat gland. If it is not tender, it is probably not infected. If it is tender, seek help immediately so that the infection doesn't spread into a full blown cellulitis. Oral antibiotics might be needed for this condition. Please do not try to drain the lump on your own. ...Read more