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Bubble On Scar
Possible scar: If the most superficial layer of skin is involved in the blistering the chances of scaring are low, but the deeper the involvement in the skin the higher the chances of scaring. If the pressure or shearing forces creating the blister are repetitive in the same area, then callus will form thickening the skin and changing its normal appearance. ...Read more
See PCP/Urologist: Fresh scar tissue anywhere will be red and indurated. It takes a few months for the natural scar maturation to occur and for scars to fade. As you have not mentioned the cause, therefore it would be best to see your pcp or a urologist to ensure that a correct diagnosis and treatment is being considered. ...Read more
Cyst removal by laser surgery on bottom lip result hard scar tissue and bigger bumps after 4 weeks,doctor says it is scar tissue and go automatically.
Silicone gel: Whatever brand you use, get a silicone gel, either mederma, kelocote, or myscaraway, these preparations are what you need. The stickers work even better, if you can tolerate keeping them on. The gel will work better for most people in public. Good luck, and if it worsens see a dr for steroid or blromycin injections into the scar. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Purple balloon type sac on scalp that popped. Dangled on skin like a skin tag resembled a blister. Popped from minimal pressure. Now gone. ?
May not: you may suffer side effects without real benefit You may try some lighting make up instead ...Read more
Ct surgery may31-endoscopic...Bump on incision feels weird..Dr said scar tissue on nerve keep rubbing it will go away?
Acne on my butt. Tiny bumps/painful hard acne. Possible treatment for the acne/scars? Dark scars, craters and new skin formation. Laser/chemical peel?
Usually not.: It depends on where on the face it is located, but as a rule, in the hands of a skilled plastic surgeon, the scar that results from excision of a mole usually heals very well and can be expected to be less conspicuous than the mole. Often it can become practically invisible. But there is always a possibility for a scar with which you might not pleased. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
No: Scars are permanent and there is nothing one can do to get "rid" of a scar. Many different options exist for improving the scar. How old is the burn? If it is relatively recent - time is the best option. During the waiting period, multiple options exist such as silicone sheeting, scar creams, etc. Best to ask your plastic surgeon. ...Read more
Small pimple on nose grows to large open scab 2 times now. Both left side different places. What could it be? Leaves scar behind after neosporin.
Boil on corner of mouth keeps coming back. Appeared under scar on face. Kept putting antibiotic cream everyday but maybe boil absorbs it. What to do?
Confusing statement: Your testicle is enclosed within several layers of tissue in the scrotum, so you will not see a pimple on it.Your scrotum is covered with hair follicles and odor producing glands that can develop abscesses from skin germs.Tiny ones may self heal with moist heat in a few days,but the larger ones would need evaluation & treatment. This might require oral meds but often requires surgical drainage. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hive like spot appeared today on edge of 3 in scar on butt from mole removal year ago. SD nevus. Clear margins. MOHS surgeon. Already smaller. What?
What could the painless, recurring scabs on my right hip be? They're brown, rough, crater-like, and scars in pencil eraser-sized donut shapes.
It depends,, : It depends on how and when these started. If your hip was exposed to the outside environment, they might be infectious in origin, like sporothrix which can be from rose thorns. If you changed detergents or have a different material undergarment, they could be a form of dermatitis. You might have an issue like lupus with skin lesions as a side effect. It would be smart to see a derm/skin dr.. ...Read more
I have a scar from years back on my shin caused by falling through two boulders on a stream.The scar tissue healed dry,flaky,itchyand bumpy. fungus?
Keloid scar: You need hialoronidase or steroid injectionGet a more detailed answer ›
Not sure: I really don't feel that i can answer this question since i'm not sure exactly what you are talking about. Why don't you see a dermatologist and ask their opinion. ...Read more