Hi, 4months ago I slipped in the mud and hit my temple right on the cotner of the picnic table, it resultes in a black eye severe headaches and my jaw hurt. I had a large bump that went from my hair line to my eye. After a few weeks the headaches subsided abd the bump went down to pea size. A mobth went by and there was still a pea size bump that would get bigger when I cryed or got mad, ive been having exremely bad anxity as well. I also looked in the corner closest to my temple and it looks like theres torn tissue next to my eye ball. Its now been about four months and I still have the pea size hard/squishy bump close to my hair libe and it still pulses and grows when I cry or get mad or run, my ear on that side randomly feels infected and has bled before. I get headaches that r like cooled chills going through my head. What could this be?
A lump that grows in size and then recedes in size can be a cyst. This cyst may be filled with clear fluid or blood or pus. Since the pain is persisting, it is important to show this to a doctor. Meanwhile please do not do things that cause increase in size of the lump. Hope this helps. Take care!
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