posted on Nov, 30 2007 @ 07:23 PM
OK, first did you just start wearing glasses or a hard hat or helmet or anything?
If not, symetrical is very strange. If so, consider a build up, callouse or something like that from friction from something you're wearing.
Surprised you didn't have a mate look at one or both in last 5-6 months.
But...I did have one doc who laughed when I asked about something strange in my throat, but then she said 'I tend to be an under-reporter. I've got
all sorts of strange things going on with me and I just ignore them'.
I kid you not.
(checks arrow in foot. OKfine.)
Uh what was I saying?
Edit: Oh yeah, if it's been there since birth and it's where I think you mean, high up and close, that's a bone (see below).
If it just happened behind one ear and it was 10 months ago, then that's a cyst. Hair follicle gets infected, skin forms a capsule around the
infected area, which hardens. Then capsule remains, doesn't hurt.
Symmetrical cysts that formed on the same day or soon after, and OP does not wear glasses or hats, then that is odd enough to get a photo and
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[edit on 30-11-2007 by Badge01]