Lump In The Right Neck Under The Jaw, Can Move If Touched?
, I’m 22 years old I want to consult about the symptoms that I experienced. Namely: * Lump on the right neck, under the jaw. * Can move if pressed or touched. * Does not feel painful. * And I always feel healthy. From the symptoms above, these symptoms are Lipoma or Lymphoma? Thank you …
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Complaints of a lump in the neck that can move when touched, and not painful, can occur due to several possibilities, including:
Abrnomal growth of fat tissue or lipoma Swollen lymph nodes Salivary gland stones Parotitis or mumps Goiter
If the lump you mean is round, soft when pressed, the boundaries are firm and the color is the color of the skin, then the possibility is indeed leading to lipoma. But still needed a direct examination to ascertain this possibility. After all, whatever the diagnosis later, you still need doctor's treatment because the medicine for a lump in the neck is not sold freely. Therefore, we suggest that you should consult your general practitioner first or may go directly to the surgeon. By looking and checking right away, misunderstandings can be avoided and the handling given to you can be more precise.
Meanwhile, don't touch or play with the lump, don't apply anything, and don't try to handle it yourself. So, hopefully answering your question.