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  1. Stampy is offline

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    6/15/2011 10:11am


     

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    Lump in neck

    Last week I was triangled lots during rolling
    For days after my neck was bruised, but no big deal

    Faster forward to today:
    The bruising has all but gone, but I seem to have a gristly knot/lump near my jawline/lymph nodes

    Any idea what it is?

    Is is just scar tissue?
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    6/15/2011 10:21am


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    Get it looked at by a doctor. It could be anything from ligament or muscle damage to an injured gland or something worse. Don't rely on any advice posted online that doesn't suggest getting medical professional to look at it.

    PS unless you're competing you need to be tapping out way before you get bruising to your neck from triangles...
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    Doctor > Forum Trolls
  4. Stampy is offline

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    Cheers fellas

    I'll get to the docs if it's still there by the weekend
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    Go sooner. Or at least don't workout in between. It could be a hematoma.
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    A lump in your neck is a textbook "go see an actual doctor" scenario.
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    If you have a lump in your neck and you are wearing a dress you may be a tranny.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vorpal View Post
    If you have a lump in your neck and you are wearing a dress you may be a tranny.
    I prefer skirts
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    Sorry for posting my stupidity here, this is a techniques forum and we are not supposed to be idiots here. New posters learn from my mistake, go to YMAS if you want to be (or try to be) funny.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vorpal View Post
    Sorry for posting my stupidity here, this is a techniques forum and we are not supposed to be idiots here. New posters learn from my mistake, go to YMAS if you want to be (or try to be) funny.
    No offence taken either way

    ps. it was quite amusing too

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