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Last night after studying I got this lump on top of my

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Last night after studying I got this lump on top of my eyebrow it's squishy and seems like there's fluid inside. I have been getting horrible headaches lately when I press on it it hurts and when I press in between my eyes too what can this be..
Submitted: 9 months ago.
Category: Medical
Expert:  Dr. David replied 9 months ago.

This is Dr. David

this lump on your eyebrow most likely is a sty or a cyst filled with fluid

the cyst could be pressing on a nerve close to the skin or forehead.

you should see a doctor about this cyst and see if it needs to be drained with a small needle.

if it is infected, you might need a course of antibiotics.

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Expert:  Dr. Thomas, MD replied 9 months ago.

Hello

I am Dr. thomas, a double board certified clinical doctor.

Please attach a photo here and I will give you an accurate answer based on that

Expert:  Dr. David replied 9 months ago.

This is Dr. David

I couldn't edit my prior post

you could be having an ingrown hair follicle in the area

or possibly a sebaceous cyst.

tenderness, redness, warmth, swelling are signs of infection.

you should see a doctor to get the area examined to see if you need antibiotics

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