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Painful Lump On Jaw Line
Lymph Node: A lot of poss answers to this & a lot depends on the characteristics it. There are a lot of areas of lymph nodes in the body (see pic) including in the "submandibular" space below the chin. This could be from your body fighting a viral or bacterial infection-which may need tx. If viral it will likely go away by itself. Could also be an abscess or other prob. If stays, red, warm, fever get checked ...Read more
I had a tooth extraction last Thursday. The root was fused to the bone. Walnut size lump on jaw line and pain, sometimes intense. ?
What should I do to minimize the size of my swollen jaw lump that was created by my infected tooth?
Ive got a Hard lump on jaw after molar removal 2 days ago which wasn't there before is this normal it just feels bruised no pain as such.
Treatment: You can gargle the mouth with listerine few times a day , and it will help to resolve this condition. ...Read more
Lump on jaw by ear appear 2 week after getting pneumonia. Now i feel better by the bump is rock hard and can move a little. Should i be worry.
Do not panic but..: ...See your doc as soon as you can. If it happened in the setting of an infection, it may be a reactive lymph node and it may take a while to go but I do not like your description of it being rock hard. Get a good exam. ...Read more
Hard bone like lump on jaw .. It's under my third tooth from back bottom left ... Pain and swelling but it's been there a long time ? Pain now
Lump on jaw, no dental pain. Was the size of a pea but now a couple months later quarter sized. What could it be? Also feel pressure in jaw now.
Exam needed: It is time to see a dentist or oral surgeon and have this swelling evaluated and find the cause. There are many things that can cause this and the only way to find out is by a physical examination. Even without pain this area is growing and needs treatment. Do not wait any longer. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
Palpable, visible, immoveable lump on jaw. No mass, but area of increased density on one CT image. No contrast. What could it be?
Bone cyst other: You have a palpable mass on the mandible or jaw. You had a CT scan without contrast and it showed increased density. You should continue to follow with your ENT doctor about the mass. They may order a panorex of the jaw. So long as the mass does not change in size and does not cause disfigurement then best to continue to observe. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hard lump on jaw joint, felt through touching my cheek, level with bottom of earlobe, 2cm away, aching, always have swollen parotid gland.What could it be?
Inflammation or mass: Possible explanations are an obstructed duct causing a tender area of swelling or a parotid tumor. 80% of, parotid tumors are benign. It is concerning that it aches as parotid cancers are more likely to be painful than benign masses. Recommend seeing ENT soon. ...Read more
Sore throat, hoarse voice, lump inside jaw, lump feeling in throat. I've dipped for a month.. Is this cancer?
I Developed mouth sores last week and now the right side of my throat is sore. There is also pain under the right side of my jaw. Lump with white spot?
Rock- hard marble- sized lump on jaw line towards the neck and swollen mouth. Tongue feels like its being ripped open if moved. Any idea?
I have found a hard moveable lump under my left jaw. I've never noticed it before and its not painful just feels a little weird when touching it. It's about the size of a marble maybe bigger. The lump is a little hard to find and there isn't one on the th
Neck mass: Hard masses in this location need evaluation. There are many benign things that could cause this, but the location is also where many different types of cancer can begin. Best to see your doctor, or arrange for referral to a head and neck surgeon to fully evaluate and see if a needle biopsy or other biopsy will be useful. ...Read more
Woke up with a painful lump under my chin.Also just discovered a painful lump on the side of my jaw and near the lump below my chin?
Sub mental node : Do you have any sore throat, fever, gum or oropharynx pain?It can be your submental lymph gland swollen by viral infection like CMV or ebv or stone in your salivary duct. If you have fever and difficulty in chewing or swallowing, please see your doctor and check it out. Infection should resolve soon with treatment. If they persist- need lymph node biopsy specially if family history of lymphoma. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
probably an ...: Inflamed lymph node. The tail of the parotid also extends to this area and may cause your problem. See an ent. ...Read more
What might be causing the painful recurring lump on the upper left side of my neck right under my jaw?
Neck lump jaw pain: See a head and neck or oral and maxillofacial surgeon. Many neck/jaw masses are dental in origin, and are often overlooked. Wisdom teeth, abscessed jaw teeth, or other dental pathology may present this way. A good oral exam of the teeth and jaws is a good first step. ...Read more