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Taking my daughter to Dr...vibes its nothing serious!

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She has got like 3 knots/bumps behind her ear and the inside of it is scabby/bloody. I hope this is nothing serious!! She says the knots hurt too.
post #2 of 11
Oh Bless her heart...when are you taking her...many good vibes coming that sweet girls way
post #3 of 11
I get those sometimes, I think..

does she have pierced ears?

Good luck!
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I get those sometimes, I think..

does she have pierced ears?

Good luck!
Nope, her ears arent pierced. This is like the top of her ear(inner) and then the knots are actually behind her ear....

Helen I am taking her in about 10 minutes....
post #5 of 11
aw i hope its nothing bad , sending VIBES your way.
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Nope, her ears arent pierced. This is like the top of her ear(inner) and then the knots are actually behind her ear....

Helen I am taking her in about 10 minutes....
Okay, Let us know as soon as you get home
post #7 of 11
Many good vibes for her.
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Nope, her ears arent pierced. This is like the top of her ear(inner) and then the knots are actually behind her ear....

Helen I am taking her in about 10 minutes....
Good luck at the Doc's office!
There are lymph nodes ("posterior auricular nodes") behind the ear that can feel like "bumps" or "knots", esp. if enlarged. They can be tender if they're fighting infection; for example, if the scabby area on the top inner ear is slightly infected.
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Good luck at the Doc's office!
There are lymph nodes ("posterior auricular nodes") behind the ear that can feel like "bumps" or "knots", esp. if enlarged. They can be tender if they're fighting infection; for example, if the scabby area on the top inner ear is slightly infected.
Yup-and thats what happened. He(dr) said that he thinks it looks like maybe Excema and its infected. He didnt treat her with a antibiotic though, just cream to help with it.....
post #10 of 11
Oh well I am glad that's all it is...poor baby Hugs to that sweet girl
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Oh well I am glad that's all it is...poor baby Hugs to that sweet girl
Thank you. I am relieved thats all it is too!!
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