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Bumps On Eyebrow
How long has it been: there? New or all your life? This can determine a better answer. If it's been there all your life, it could be an amelanotic nevus (mole, no pigment or pigmented). If it's recent, it may be just a bump, molluscum, or wart. Hard to say without a picture actually. It's only a theoretical guess until examined by an eye doctor or your PCP in person. SO, this isn't urgent, but good to check out. ...Read more
It should: Mant times afternoon trauma there is some blood that needs to be resorted and tissue damage that will eventually remodel. To help with healing nurse heat on the site, this will help clear what is there. ...Read more
Have a small painIess bump near my eyebrow. the skin i
s not red or sensitive. It has been there for over a year. I am a 35 year old male. ?
Yes: To give you peace of mind, have an educated and objective evaluation, and obtain a baseline. It is most likely benign. ...Read more
I have a bump on my eyebrow bone. It does not hurt and has been there at least a month. It is not discolored and seems hard to the touch (underneath).
There is a bump under my eyebrow that can only be seen when skin is pulled, originally looked white/yellow underneath but is now purple/green?
See an Eye MD: An ophthalmologist can remove it for you. ...Read more
Woke up with 2 bumps above my eyebrows. i am having sinus problems stuffy snd blow ing my nose a lot. There is no pain from the bumps.
Rule out mucoceles : The fact that you mention two bumps above your eyebrows in the setting of sinus infection symptoms gives me pause for concern of a trapped mucus pocket in the frontal sinus, called a mucocele. There are other possibilities, but a mucocele can have severe complications related to the brain and the eyes. I recommend a medical evaluation. ...Read more
My fiancé was diagnosed with molluscum contagiosum about 4 years ago & I used to be paranoid since I know it spreads. I've had this indented molluscum looking bump by my eyebrow for about a year (it's flesh colored so I haven't been too worried about
Easy does it: Look. Molluscum is trivial. If your fiance hasn't figured out how to remove these little lesions with dry ice or other simple measures, please learn and then teach him. I am very glad you have each other. Show the lesion to your physician -- I want to be sure it's not a pearly-border basal cell carcinoma. But for heaven's sake be glad that you've found love and forget this stupid virus. ...Read more