What does it mean if you have a bump inside your ear
There are many, many things it could be the most common being a benign skin cyst (sebaceous cyst), a pimple or ingrown hair. [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/what-does-it-mean-if-you-have-a-bump-inside-your-ear ]
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- What does the bump inside my ear means?
- you might have blown your ear out
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- A: you might have blown your ear out
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- A: im sorry your bunny is sick. but you should take it to the vet. the only little bumps it should have is it nipples (male and females have them on their underside) Mites could have gotten into its ears and bit it. "Check your rabbit all over, his legs, neck, back, belly, head and face. Female and male rabbits will have nipples on their stomach but there should be no other bumps. If you find any other lumps, it is wise to have your vet check them out. As with humans, the earlier you find and treat a problem the easier it is to cure." You should also try cleaning its ears with a q-tip and some peroxide. I hope the little hopper feels better soon.
- My dog has a scab in his ear, now bleeding..Your opinion?
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- A: I have 2 dogs too and because they play alot they sometimes bite too hard. Best thing to do is when you find a bitemark or scratch that's bleeding or infected is use the ear solution to clean it. Banfield has this small bottle of blue ear solution that's about 11 dollars. I think you should try and pick up.
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