Welcome ...Honestly your best to just head back to the vet for a quick look at it again since your kitty is still bothered by it. Did the vet indicate if perhaps it was from the vaccinations received?
I noticed that you indicated your kitty is not fixed?? given the age of your kitty it would be a really good idea to consider getting that done soon before the kitten matures. Is your cat an indoor cat?
Just a heads up that this is a very PRO spay & neuter forum as I am sure you read when you signed up!
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