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I just noticed that I have a lump on my neck just under my ear but I don't have any pain or sore throat. Should I be concerned?

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SOURCE: Ive been having trouble swallowing and the feeling

You should visit a doctor

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SOURCE: ear pain

I recommend you see an ear nose and throat specialist.
http://www.advancedaudiology.net/Chronic_Ear_Infections.html
these links will tell you about some possible answers to your questions.
http://www.medhelp.org/posts/Ear--Nose--Throat/Constant-Ear-Popping/show/7499
Hope this helps.

Posted on Jan 06, 2014

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SOURCE: I have a lump behind my right ear. It is a bit

Go to the doctors

Posted on Nov 07, 2014

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SOURCE: neck problem

Leaning into your computer or hunching over your workbench just makes its job more difficult. Poor posture certainly contributes to neck pain. Your neck contains bones, joints, tendons, ligaments, muscles and nerves, any of which can hurt. Neck pain also may come from regions near your neck, such as your jaw, head and shoulders. Conversely, problems in your neck can make other parts of your body hurt, such as your upper back, shoulders or arms.

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SOURCE: Can you avoid getting a sore throat?

The answer is yes. You should try to gargle your throat with some green tea because it can kill some bacteria and soothe the throat tissue.

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In those individuals who develop strep throat, the symptoms usually begin between 1 to 4 days after initially acquiring the infection (incubation period). The symptoms can range from mild to severe. The sore throat associated with strep throat is usually described as starting rather suddenly, and the tonsils and the back of the throat may appear red and swollen. Swallowing is usually painful, and thus some individuals may have varying degrees of dehydrationdue to lack of adequate fluid intake.
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