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A 72-year-old female asked:

Water-filled "bumps" on face. popped one and now it's a red blotch with blood in it. live in fl - try to keep out of sun. ?

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Dr. Donald Colantino
Internal Medicine 61 years experience
Vesicle: These tiny vesicles filled with serum are related to blisters and you shouldn't pop them. They can be a reaction to Sun but could also be an allergic reaction to something that came in contact with your face or could be eczema. See a physician or dermatologist if they continue to form, worsen and or are unexplainable. In the meantime keep them clean and dry, don't use cosmetics or hair spray.

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Last updated Jul 9, 2019

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