A lymph node. Sometimes (thou rarely) a lump behind the lower part of the ear can be a cyst or a tumor of the parotid gland. Again this is rare and shows up mostly in men above the age of 50, but I had one and I was 28. I would get it checked out by an Ear nose and throat doctor for peace of mind. It could be a bone spur.
If you have a hard lump on the back of your neck, it could be a cyst. It could also be a form of a boil. If it does not go away, you should have it checked out by a physician.
It could be an imbedded tick.
Could be a lymph node.
Tumor, Infection or bruise.
A pea-sized lump on the back on the neck that moves could be a node. However, it is important to get nodes checked out to ensure that they are benign.
The lump on the back of your neck would be a part of your spine.
A lump at the front of the neck could be inflamed lymph nodes, or an increase in one nodule of the thyroid gland which is a butterfly shaped organ in the neck belonging to the endocrine system. At the back of the neck a lump could be a muscle spasm or a problem with a spinal vertebra.
Im 13 and i have the exact same thing a lump on the left side of my neck it's really small .
A cyst or a mass
every guinea pig has a lump on the back of their neck, im not sure what it's for tho... but it's nothing to worry about
For a small painful lump on your neck, start with your primary care provider. The history, physical, and any testing you get there will help narrow the possibilities so you can choose the right specialist, if needed.
It could possibly be a cyst. Consult your doctor for proper diagnosis and treatment.
If ur wanting someone to answer this they need to what ur talking about, that could be anything, from a bone in ur neck to a pulled muscle.
i get a small lump under my ear when i have an infection, lymph nodes (sp) get inflamed.
Yes, it could be scar tissue or a muscle knot. A lump on the back could be connected to a severe problem for the entire body. You need to be more descriptive about a lump. This could be a muscle knot or it could be a cancerous growth. Severe or insignificant must be assessed after a proper diagnosis. This requires more info.
Probably an ingrown hair that has turned into a mess of puss. It could also be a cyst that has popped.
it could be swollen glands.
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I had one. It was surgically removed and benign. Get it checked out by your doctor.
Cancer Leprosy? Do you shower?
Any lump in your neck should be checked out by a physician to make sure it is nothing serious.
It sounds as if it could be a growth. You need to consult a physician, who may recommend that the lump be removed by surgery. (It's usually a simple, minor operation), tumor