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Forum Name: Brain Tumors

Question: Water like lump on side of head


 hussain87 - Wed Jan 07, 2009 3:43 pm

Hi

i wonder if any one can help me i have had a water soft like lump above my right ear when i touch it i can feel like its liquid moving but does not hurt but recentley thats actualy also now ontop of my right ear when i touch it it is fine but when i squeeze it it hurts but does an one knw wat his might be , also when im stressed it gets bigger when im not it goes down.
 Dr. Tamer Fouad - Thu Jan 15, 2009 1:41 pm

User avatar Hi,

This sounds a lot like a cyst. I think you need to have it checked if it's growing. Especially that you do not want it to get infected and form an abscess.

Keep this thread updated!
Best regards,

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