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    Hard lump behind right ear
    JessicaMarie194 posted:
    Hello my names Jess and about 3 months ago I started getting pains threw out my whole head , about 2 months ago I realised a hard lump behind my right ear that has been causing the pains thru out my head . It occurs everyday but the pain is sometimes only small and other times very painful , I have also noticed other little bumps appearing over my whole body eg, near my left ankle, near my rib cage , around my breasts and in my wrists . I also get pain from them as well. I have also had very heavy chest pains , it shoots threw my back to the front of my chest which when hurts I get back pain. Any idea what could be wrong with me ? Please help !!

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