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Tiny little round lump in earlobe?

(7 Posts)
MoreTeaVicar Tue 18-Sep-07 21:49:06

DD age 12 has a tiny round lump in her earlobe, it hurts to squeeze and is not visible, any ideas what this could be? About size of a tiny pea.

Wilkie Tue 18-Sep-07 21:50:02

Is it near to the edge?? Could be a small blocked duct. I had one AGES ago that eventually burst when I squeezed it and pus came out.

Beautiful. grin

PillockOfTheCommunity Tue 18-Sep-07 21:50:50

I get this, then it disappears, then comes back, has been like this for years, asked the doctor once and he said it was just a small cyst and while he could give me anti-biotics he'd rather just let it go away on his own

MoreTeaVicar Tue 18-Sep-07 21:56:36

No its not near the edge of the lobe but closer to where it joins the face if that makes sense. So you think there is no cause for concern then? I am such a worrier.

Wilkie Tue 18-Sep-07 21:58:31

Mine was at the point where the lobe joined the face on the edge. Have you tried gently squeexing it?? Can you see a black/white head?

(and no, I don't think it is anything to worry about)

MoreTeaVicar Tue 18-Sep-07 22:03:01

No Wilkie, I cant see a thing but that maybe due to eyesight and the lighting not being too good wink, I did squeeze the lump but she said it hurt and I stopped. I'll have another look tomorrow in a good light.

Wilkie Tue 18-Sep-07 22:03:49

FWIW - mine hurt like buggery until it popped.

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