My sons doctor is aware of the lump in my sons neck. We went for an ultrasound several months back and nothing unusual showed up, which makes no sense. The lump is under his jaw, on the right hand side. He still has some baby fat so its not noticeable when he is holding his head straight but you can feel it. When his head is tilted back, it looks like a small golf ball is lodged under his skin. Does not hurt him at all, does not feel that hard. I'd just like to know for sure what it is. What kind of specialist would be the best to see about this?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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