Small lump behind ear under earlobe, not sore or tender to touch what could it be?

Several options. This could be a sebaceous cyst, lipoma, or enlarged lymph node. Suggest that you see your doctor to distinguish between these. If it is not changing quickly and you feel generally well, then there is likely no urgency.

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