Dear members of the Wrong Diagnosis Forums,
I have been really concerned about a small lump that I recently noticed thats is on the left side of my face on the jawline. I cannot see the lump when looking in a mirror, but I can feel it with the tips of my fingers under the skin. The lump is farely small (less than 1 cm) and is very close to the vein but does not feel as if it is on the vein. I first started noticing this lump when I had an outbreak of a couple of canker sores in my mouth. It started hurting a bit the first day the canker sores appeared but the pain went away quickly. Now, the canker sores are gone, but the small lump on my jawline is still there, and I am very concerned for what it may be, and I pray to God that it is not cancer. Please, any comments would be appreciative. =)
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