Lump Between Ear And Sideburn

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Itsyourboii Says:
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I went to a party and and drank a lot the next day I woke up with the normal hangover but with a small lump on my right cheek by my side burn doesn't hurt until applying pressure...but now it got a Lil more noticeable it's been the 2 day and IDK what I should take or go get checked out..

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Ksk1452 Says:
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Sounds Ike a subacious cyst but before taking anything I'd get it checked out.without benefit of your history only a medical provider can best address your needs.

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Itsyourboii Says:
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I have talk to some people at work and they said might be a infection on a gland I believe they said..but I have no pain only when you put pressure on the are I have golf size lump but the swelling still the same and not much pain ..but physically I feel find no symptoms just a knot on the right side on my side burn area ...

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David Says:


I see that your last post was back on January 3rd. I'm just curious, how is everything going now as far as the "lump" on your right cheek is concerned? Have you found a suitable treatment option yet?

I wonder if the trapped fluid might naturally drain over time, similar to how it appeared to begin with (i.e. once the toxins clear your system and your body begins to heal itself) - It may only be a matter of avoiding alcohol... Have you reacted this way in past experiences?

Hope all is well!

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