Bump On The Back Of The Baby’s Head?
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Lumps behind the child's head that are soft, easy to move, and the larger size may indicate the following conditions:
Benign or malignant tumors, for example sebaceous cysts, lipomas, fibroma, epidermoid cysts, dermoid cysts
Skin infections, for example folliculitis, warts, abscesses
Others, for example lymphadenopathy (swollen lymph nodes), skin tags, hyperkeratosis, and so on
This condition is often not dangerous. However, if you observe that the size of the lump is getting bigger and does not go away in the proper time, you should remain vigilant and check it directly to the doctor or pediatrician. By checking the condition of your child directly, identifying the characteristics of the lump, or maybe also doing some supporting examinations, such as x-rays, ultrasound, or biopsy, often the doctor can give your child the best treatment according to the cause. If necessary, the doctor will refer your child to the right specialist, such as a surgeon or a dermatologist.
At this time, you should do the following suggestions first:
Don't overdo the bumps that appear
Always take care of your child's personal hygiene, including by diligently bathing and washing his hair
Give the child a comfortable sleeping pad, not too hard, to minimize friction on his head
Avoid giving ointments or medicines carelessly on lumps that appear on a child's head without direct advice from a doctor
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