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My boyfriend has thee little cyst in his ear skin. He said that he hasn’t had them before. Is it normal that they occur or it is symptom of some condition? He said that he doesn’t fell anything. But it looks “bad”. What is it?

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I’ve been told that sebaceous cysts are the most common cysts seen in the ear. They are bulging, sac-like collections of dead skin cells and oils produced by oil glands in the skin. They commonly occur behind the ear, but you can have them within the ear canal, or on the scalp. The exact cause is unknown. The cysts may occur when oils are produced in a skin gland faster than they can be excreted out of the gland. If the cysts within the ear canal get infected, they became painful.
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