About six months ago, I discovered a very, very, very small lump on the left side of my neck. Just recently a second lump was discovered. I went to an ent (who by the way misdiagnosed me 18 years ago when I had odgentic kerotocyst in my sinus area) he said the lumps are 8mm in size and there are two of them. He asked if I was losing weight, I said no. He said then don't worry. I have pain on my left side under my rib cage and the primary thinks it is just the hematogna's (not sure if spelt correctly) on the spleen causing pain. I have a few cysts on the liver and bladder (one xray tech found cyst on the uterus; the second tech said there was no cysts on the uterus). Those cysts are growing. I have had several cysts removed from the sinus area. All those cysts were misdiagnosed by the ent's. I had to have an eye doctor, and a dentist diagnose the issues. I have been told that the first cyst began to eat away the eye bone. Not sure if I should just go with the flow what the doctor is saying or if this is nothing or to go see another doctor for a visual. I have PPO.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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