I got up Thursday morning, April 28th, 2016 and noticed bump behind my right ear on the main neck vein. I am taking antibiotic, coxasafe-500mg and amplicin 500mg. It is now four days since i noticed it. Painless with stiffness and noise in my ear drum.I feel there is something in my ear, like liquid, but would not come out. I am planning to see my primary car doctor this week.Please i need medical advise out there.
I just had the same promblem on the same day went to the emergency room. On the 1st of may and they said it was a abscess. And to follow up with my doctor to drain it in two days but when i went to see her and she opened it up and notice that it was a cyst with a infection around it so i would recommend you see a doctor to remove it and get it tested
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