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Dr. Joseph Eastern
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Itching around nose and mouth. Clear/pink hard bumps around nose and under eyes. Itchy eyes and flaky skin. also mild sore throat for 2 months. HSV ?

Itching around nose and mouth. Clear/pink hard bumps around nose and under eyes. Itchy eyes and flaky skin. also mild sore throat for 2 months. HSV ?

Exam needed.: HSV is unlikely. The redness/itching/flaking is most consistent with seborrheic dermatitis (especially if scalp is also flaky), but that doesn't explain the chronic sore throat. Let your doctor examine you, and perhaps do a throat culture. ...Read more

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I have "kernels" inside my nose that are extremely painful. These bumps are in between the skin and never come to a head. They make it hard to breathe?

I have "kernels" inside my nose that are extremely painful. These bumps are in between the skin and never come to a head. They make it hard to breathe?

Nasal Vestibulitis: If these "kernels" occur right around the nostril openings, it can be a small infection of the nostril hair follicles called nasal vestibulitis. These can be painful and tender bumps from an infected hair follicle. The best treatment and prevention for this is to try bactroban or Mupirocin 2% ointment in the nostrils two to three times a day. ...Read more

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How remove wart on nose tip, a bump under skin.?

How  remove wart  on nose tip, a bump under  skin.?

See a Dermatologist: If you have a wart on the tip of your nose, and you want to make sure that it does not leave a scar after removal. Make sure you see a dermatologist. There are many ways to remove warts, some leave a scar, some do not. It is also important to note that what appears to be a wart may not actually be a wart. I would see your dermatologist to make sure it is just a wart before removing it. ...Read more

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I have bumps under the skin of nose what is it and how do I get rid of it ? Its bumps under the skin of my nose I've used pro active everything they wont go away and i don't know how to fix it

It : It is possible that you have folliculitis or possibly impetigo which are common on the upper lip and around the nose. Treatment would typically be a topical antibiotic cream/ointment twice daily. Perhaps try polysporin over the counter and see if that helps. If not, i would recommend you get evaluated by your doctor so appropriate treatment can be given. I hope that helps! ...Read more

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My daughter has these bumps on her nose and under her eye that are skin colored. We do not know what exactly they are or how to get rid of them?

My daughter has these bumps on her nose and under her eye that are skin colored. We do not know what exactly they are or how to get rid of them?

Milia: Milia are accumulations of keratin (a watertight white skin product) just under the upper level of the skin. They are harmless, but do not squeeze or try to remove them. I recommend seeing a dermatologist to have them removed. See wikipedia's article about this: http://en.Wikipedia.Org/wiki/milium_(disease) good luck! ...Read more

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