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Can you estimate the size [e.g. 'dime-sized', etc.]?
Is it tender?
Does it seem to contain fluid?
Is it warm to touch?
Once you've answered these questions with clear, well-thought out answers, I will reply with my Expert Medical Opinion. Your answers will enable me to get closer to an accurate assessment, which is critical to obtaining successful treatment or cure.
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There are 2 Main conditions this could represent:
To positively identify what your lesion is--you need to have a Physical Exam with a trained doctor, to confirm correct diagnosis, so that proper treatment can be rendered.
I strongly advise that you see a doctor tomorrow to get this properly evaluated.
Let me know iif you have a followup question,
Based on the size and description: No, it is not likely to go away [completely] on its own. You can try waiting a few more days--but after that [if still present], you should definitely seek medical treatment.