A 17-year-old female asked:
i have a bump on my forehead and it hurts when i push on it . also has really big pours. i try putting hot water but nothing happened ?
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Internal Medicine 61 years experience
?from trauma: If this lump formed after trauma to the forehead it sounds like a hematoma(blood collection) which is treated with cold applications for 48 hours and then warm compresses to help dissolve the clot. If no trauma caused the lump, it may be a cyst. Your physician could diagnose it in any event.
Specializes in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics
Sounds like a pimple: Deep pustular pimples are larger than superficial ones hurt since they are inflammatory and fill with pus. Warm compress might help it resolve faster, but not much else to do other than wait for the pus to become visible, when it can drain.
Last updated Mar 20, 2017
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