Hard to tell from your posting, but is could be anything from a blocked pore (pimple) to a cyst or even a small tumor! Best to schedule an appointment with your doctor to discuss your finding. If it's serious, more can be done sooner versus later. Good luck! If it is relatively small and you have only just noticed it, I would say it is something like a pimple. Or it could be a cyst - nothing to worry about. If it is around the size of a bottle cap and you have had a bump to the head recently, it could be a small amount of blood gathered under the skin - rather like a bruise. It should disappear in a couple of days. If it is around the size your smallest finger and you are the correct age (40+) and have had lots of exposure to the sun during your life (working or sunbathing), talk to your doctor and get tested for skin cancer. Most skin cancers are benign (safe) and can be easily removed in a doctors surgery. If you have recently had a head trauma (bump or accident) and the site is swelling rapidly, go to hospital. It could be a burst blood vessel which needs medical attention.
yes, because if one of their ancestors had a widows peak or straight hairline they can have it.
You'd better see a doctor.
The picture of lumps on the back of the neck on the hairline could be as a result of the mumps of an infection. It is important to seek medical attention.Ê
yes you could be but you wouldn't be getting a normal period during pregnancy. see your doctor.
see a doctor ASAP
probably most effective would be micros or you could get an "up-do" with a swoop to cover up and promote growth of the receding hairline.
A recent weight gain could be the reason other than pregnancy that your breasts have begun to get bigger.
You really need to see a doctor. As a general rule, lumps that get bigger should be taken seriously.
nope just a wrap so you could keep it in place.
See a doctor.
You could do what Coco does and does squats with stelleto heels and little weights.
It could be signs of your period, or your boobs are just getting bigger with age.
The sun stays the same size. You could say larger because the flames always bush out and maybe you could say bigger.
could be a number of different things. I suggest you see a physician. Could possibly be a tick bite first sign of lymes disease. although without seeing it or additional information it is hard to tell.
All pregnancies are different. But yes you could already be getting bigger especially if you haven't lost the extra weight for the previous pregnancy. But if you already lost the weight then maybe it is in your head. Cause with my second child I felt like I was already getting big at 6 weeks but really my stomach just hurt and I was bloated. Just measure your stomach size each week and weigh yourself and then you will know if you are getting bigger sooner
It could be an allergy to metal if you are wearing a necklace or chain.
Yes, there is a possiblilty that you are pregnant but there could also be other reason for the weight gain.
fracture depends what kind of brake could be a compound or hairline fracture but mainly a fracture
It could be Psoriosis. psoriosis tends to be most prevalent in scalp cells.
Hmmm. It could be a type of eczema. If you still have it after a week, you should see your doctor.
Hairline fractures or stress fractures are small cracks in the bone. They could also occur when a bone is bruised. They are usually caused by repetitive actions where the bone doesn’t have enough time to heal. They differ from other fractures in that they develop over some time as opposed to being caused by an immediate blow. The feet and legs are especially prone to developing hairline fractures as they constantly absorb a lot of impacts. Athletes who do sports that involve running or jumping regularly are more at risk of developing hairline fractures. Women athletes who follow extreme diet and exercise routines may develop menstrual problems and premature osteoporosis, making them more prone to developing hairline fractures. Hairline fractures though don’t just affect athletes. They could affect anyone. Often dancers, people with osteoporosis, older people whose bones have weakened over time, overweight people, and those suffering from existing foot problems are at a greater risk of developing hairline fractures. Ranka Hospital, Pune provides treatment and facilities for hairline fractures.
Fractures come in many sizes and forms. At what angle the bone is affected, the strength of the impact, and how the bone shatters, all determine the kind of fracture one has. Hairline fractures or stress fractures are small cracks in the bone. They could also occur when a bone is bruised. They are usually caused by repetitive actions where the bone doesn’t have enough time to heal. They differ from other fractures in that they develop over some time as opposed to being caused by an immediate blow. The feet and legs are especially prone to developing hairline fractures as they constantly absorb a lot of impacts. Athletes who do sports that involve running or jumping regularly are more at risk of developing hairline fractures. Hairline fractures though don’t just affect athletes. They could affect anyone. Ranka Hospital, Pune provides facilities for hairline fractures.
I'm in the same boat! I'm thinking that it could be weight gain, something hormonal or both.
The opposite of under could be over or above.