Lump On The Back Of The Head To The Side Of The Headache?
Hello, I want to ask what is the possibility when a lump grows on the back of the lower head, and is accompanied by a headache, feels hot in the lump, and the head often tingles.
The blood behind the lower head is also known as the nape of the neck. Lumps that grow in this area are usually not from swollen lymph nodes, as are lumps on the other side of the lower head. As for some of the lumps that may grow on the nape of this area can include:
lipoma or collection of fatty tissue under the skin cyst or lump that has a capsule-like structure, filled with fluid under the folliculitis or inflammation of the hair follicle abscess or lump filled with pus due to infection in the area under the skin growth of certain bones/joints A lump that is present, usually not always associated with one-sided headaches or often called migraines. This headache condition can also be caused by hormonal imbalances related to menstruation. Pain relievers such as paracertamol can generally relieve complaints. As for the lump, it is important to go directly to the doctor to determine the next treatment step. Here we attach an article about the back of the head lump. Hope it is useful.
dr. N. K. Arief