Lump behind right ear with (rare for me) frequent headaches and sore throat. Lump doesnt hurt and is hard but I get a shooting pain in neck at times?

See your PCP. Some conditions like lump behind your ear require further assessment and your primary care doctor may schedule a follow-up appointment or refer you to a specialist to determine a diagnosis. See your PCP first for evaluation.
ENT doc. See the head and neck specialist - ENT doc to have lump assessed.

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