Pea sized lump behind ear lobe

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i too have had a small pea sized lump on my ear at the back, just near to the crease. (if you put your finger just behind the lobe and rest it in the soft part, it is just above there) it is tender to touch and has been there for nearly 3 months. i dont think it has changed in size and it isnt a different colour so you wouldnt see it there until you feel it. i have not had the chance to go and see the doctor mainly because im not that worried about it but im curious to know what it could be.
Hello, Just recently i noticed a dime sized black(ish) lump on my bikini line, I do shave frequently. I had tried to clean the infected area, which did puss a little. It has now sunken far below the surface. The lump causes only minor pain. Does anyone have any ideas on what this might be? Thanks!
A few days ago I woke up with no hearing from my left ear with pain and swelling of the left side of my face. I have a pea sized lump behind my ear and a large cyst-like bump on my left cheek. A visit to the PA at the ENT clinic said it was not an ear infection but could not tell me what it is. I'm discouraged. My endo just started me on Methimazole 5 mg. to cool the thyroid a little in anticipation of surgery. Could this be a reaction to the Methimazole?
Just this past week I had a new experience with a helicopter like sound in my head behind my left ear. A few nights later it went to the right ear but nothing since then. Heart palpataions several times in the last year. Went on Crestar 10 mg 2 years ago and got that issue under control. I am otherwise the picture of health as I eat right and work out. I am 52 but feel much younger. Untill I read what I just wrote. Geez....Had a CT scan last year that showed a blockage of .
She now wants me to get it examined by an ear, nose and throat doctor. Shed said it's a lump and that it is quite large and I don't have it on the other side of the back of my neck.... so she just wants an ENT doctor to take a look at it. I wasn't even that nervous about her asking me to go to see him, because I generally feel well.
) I have also come to believe that the seasonal nature of the itch may be somehow contributed to dead mold spores given off by dying flowers/leaves in the fall, so if you are doing any fall yard work, take a cool shower as soon as you go in the house - it can't hurt. Lesley54, regarding your lump, I often get several pea size lumps beneath the skin of the affected area. They come after the initial onset of the ITCH and when I get them I know I'm in for a bad bout.
So far there has been no answer, they're several days behind in posting answers. I assume someone on our old thread had asked them (MedHelp drs) before, but i figured it couldn't hurt to try again.
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