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I have a lump a little smaller than a quarter on the back of my head. It's hurts a little to touch but not much. It's a little soft but mostly hard.
I'm only 14 years old and I'm really afarid this could be cancer or a brain tumor.
When I tell my mom about it she tells me to shut up. And also I can't go to the doctor about it.
PLEASE HELP ME.
It's more at the very bottom. And there is one where that bone thing is to make it a bump.
One side of that is bigger than the other.
The one at the bottom is about the size of a penny and I cann't move it but I can like squish it down.
But not the other one.
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