its a cyst.
what is the lump
Just wait for it to go away.
My son also has a lump behind his ear but on the left. from what i can think it could be an infected lymph node, but the best thing to do would be to contact a doctor.
A hard sized pea lump behind your ear that seems like it is growing out of your bone could be a cyst. It also could be a tumor. You need to get it looked at as soon as possible.
A lump behind the ear may possibly be a swollen lymph node. It can also be a benign tumor, a cyst, or acne.
hard lump between jaw and ear what is it and how can it be cured?
could be dying. go to doctor
It is a blister that is caused by an earring
got a hard lump at the side of my right ear, what could this be.
For anybody to say what the lump is they would have to see the lump. Nobody here can comment on something they cannot see. So the best thing for you to do is go to a doctor.
This is both on the left and right ears These bumps are just bone, a part of your skull
yes it causes a lump as big as a goose egg
If it is hurting or really bothering you, you should see a doctor.
There are some glands there that can swell. I suggest you go and see a qualified medical doctor.
Go to the doctor and get the lump removed. If you have a painful lump behind your ear, you need to go and see a doctor about it. A lump that is not painful and not increasing in size isn't much to worry about. But one with pain could be serious. Do not ignore the pain. See a doctor.
Might Be A Sign Of Tonsillitis.
That is your mastoid bone. Or at least it should be.
If that lump just showed up, it would seem to be something abnormal. Discuss this with your child's doctor.
um.. that might be a lump from a bug or a tick.. id get it checked out... um.. that might be a lump from a bug or a tick.. id get it checked out...
Infection. There are lymph nodes behind the ear and on the neck, and swelling -generally- means infection. See a doctor to find out what it is and get an antibiotic.
this is probably a cyst and should be looked at by a physician
It may be lipoma or sebaceous cyst. The surgeon can tell you for sure.