Knots in neck! Extremely Painful!!?
I have three knots in my neck, all three are on the back side of my neck and two are about 2 inches away from each other at the very top of my neck (if you were to draw a line across the back of my neck from about the middle of my ear to the middle of the other ear that about how high they are. and they are located on either side of the bone part of the neck i would say?) <--make sense? well those are smallish (one has lowered from its previous location. i got the knot that is lowering(right side0 after sleeping in the car with my neck tilted in that direction on tuesday july 5, and it still is there and hurts today july 10, i also got another knot same kind on the left side the day after i got the first, cause not know, unless it was sleeping again, and yesterday july 9 i got yet another knot in my neck, on the left side, lower than the rest, and smaller, it feels like it could be a vein knot, but i'm not completely sure. THey hurt before i played in my tennis tournament yesterday. I played a lot yesterday 3 matches! 5 hours total play time, and when i woke up this morning they hurt even more! very painful! especially when trying to lean my head back, but over all it hurts to move my neck at all!! I I don't know what to do! what are these things? how do i get rid of them? should i be worried? how long will it take for them to go away?
How can you pop a big painful spot/pimple with no head?
Please do not pop a blind pimple. I am going to share a personal story which may help. I have had cystic acne all through my teens and through my twenties. When I was 30 I listened to someone and let them pop a blind pimple on my face. He was full of old wives tales and I should never have listened to him.Guess what the next day my face blew up. I had to go to the ER for cryotherapy as my face was inflamed. It took 10 years to repair the damage that person had caused. I really cannot describe the agony, and frustration I went through at that time. Learn from my experience and do not do that.What helps?Ice the area gently.Do not touch it too muchApply honey on it overnightDrink a lot of water
I found a lump next to my clitoris. What could this be?
Hi I'm 21 and a few days ago, I was itchy down there and when I itched, I felt a hard lump next to my clitoris. It is hard and about the size of a pea. Its not sore when I'm not doing anything but when it is pressed, its stingy, itchy and quite tender but nothing too bad or horrible. I can't see if its a spot or anything due to hair. I have only ever had one sexual partner and that's the guy I have been with for the last 4 years and we have been tested and are both clean. I masterbated a week ago and never felt this. Maybe a pulled a hair out by accident or damaged myself down there or something? Could it be a boil or something? Have any of you women had this? This is my first lump down there so I don't know if its common to have things like that every so often. I am on the pill, its been warm so I have been sweaty and I wear skinnies if that goes for anything.
Very sore lump on back of leg,very painful,LOOKED LIKE PIMPLE,NOW BIG RASH, HELP!!!?
If it continues to grow very fast then see a doctor very quickly - it MIGHT (maybe, but don't panic, yet...) be a staff type of infection, which can get out of control rapidly. Just be cautious and keep an eye on it. Also, many folks have had good luck taking Hydrogen Peroxide and using a small container to hold the stuff on the spot for several minutes, If you see fuzzy bubbles that's good... Of course I am not a doctor - but I would think that applying some Neosporin to it for tonight might be helpful... that is what I would do...
I have a big lump in my inner thigh, very close to my genital area. what is it?
i have a big lump and its started to scare the **** out of me. its hurts so bad everytime i try to even take a step. it wasnt as bad yesterday but now it hurts like hell today. the lump is a wierdly shaped and hurts every time pressure is applid to it. somebody please help me out. i would just like to know if theres something to have it go away besides visiting a doctor
Why do we get a bump when we hit our head on something?
The force damaged the local blood vessels, which will bleed, causing blood to collect locally and stop flowing when the pressure from the surrounding tissues are high enough stops the bleeding, this is the bump you feel. The blood also attracts fluid, and an inflammatory response, making it swell even more. After some time it will be gone, resorbed by our body by itself.
Tender lump on top of scalp?
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