you need to see a doctor about that one. sorry!! something is wrong.
You should get the new BUMP TERMINATOR for Back of Head Bumps from BREEJ Technologies www.BumpTerminator.net
ya i have the same problem i have two inward bumps in the back of my head top backish i think its normal
The bumps on the back of your head, and every persons' head, is part of the skull. The skull is the boney covering of the brain. The skull is made of several bones. This part with the bumps is called the occipital bone. The bumps are called occipital protuberances. They seem to vary in size on various people.
Uhh... no thanks. I'll pass.
What is a small knot in the back of the head at the hair line
You treat back of the head bumps by getting some ice in a plastic bag or a ice brick or even just something cool! it still hurts really bad have some something for a headache.
Hope it helps all of us with this problem. GL I have the same problem, and I've research and havent found any cure
Unless the child seems dizzy or in pain , bumps are no problem.
The bumps on your back are sweat holes.
That's razor bumps from him shaving his head. It looks itchy me looks irritating
The red bumps on a turkey's head are called CARUNCLES.
Chances are its just the bone that where your spine and skull connect
Koi do not specifically have "bumps" on their heads that I am aware of. Please describe these bumps. if its the bumps im thinking of its like a fore head they have like a little frown
Anatomically, bumps on the back of your throat are your tonsils.
Sometimes you get bumps on your head like clogged pores. Don't worry about it.
YOu need a diagnosis before treatment. See a doctor.
Depends on what the bumps on the other persons head are from.
It could swollen lymph nodes on the back of your head, or an allergic reaction to something. When all guesses fail, see a doctor.
It seems to get worse when I eat a lot of sugar. I stopped eating sugar for a week and they went away. My sister has the same problem and she calls them sugar bumps. Try eliminating sugar for a week and see if they go away.
Please sign up for this study regarding this problem: http://www.clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT00757315?recr=open&cond=%22Keloid%22&rank=5
Lumps on the back of the head could be from many things. A trauma to the head for instance can cause bumps. Head trauma should not be played around with. There could be something seriously wrong and without certain tests, you may not really know for sure. If no trauma was done, It would be best to still get checked out by a doctor. Pain in the head, dizziness and balance problems could be something serious.
Could be lymphoma,go and see a lymphoma symptoms website.Good luck