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How To Get Rid Of Bumps
See below: This problem can only be solved by seeing your doctor and being evaluated face-to-face. After a thorough examination, your doctor should be able to tell you what's wrong and what to do about it. ...Read more
Penis bumps: Penis bumps can be many things. Some STDs, some not. Only general advice can be given without a photo or physical exam. Top 2 photos are non-STDs: Fordyce spots (sebum which can be extricated by M.D. or left alone), Infected hair follicle (plucked and kept clean). Bottom 2 photos are STDs (HPV and Molluscum) to be evaluated by your MD so s/he can rule out other STDs and council you for prevention. ...Read more
Bumps: Impossible to answer that question without evaluating your condition and seeing exactly what the problem is ...Read more
Eval needed: The cause of the bumps needs to be determined in order to make a treatment plan. History, physical examination and possibly biopsy may be needed. ...Read more
Bumps at hairline: Find out the cause and treat that. Lets chat and you can send pictures. ...Read more
Under breast problem: This sounds like intertrigo, which is especially prevalent in women with large breasts. Avoiding irritation is helpful- keeping the area clean and dry, keeping padding between the chest and breast, using an anti-fungal cream if there is a whitish discharge, and losing weight to reduce the amount of tissue in the breast and abdomen. In some patients, breast reduction is required to reduce contact. ...Read more
You may not be able to get rid of everything, but wearing well fitting bras and using starch or similar powders after showers, will keep the area dry and in better hygiene.
Good luck from nyc. ...Read more
Shaving: If they are not "razor bumps" your DR needs to have a look. ...Read more
How to get rid of bumps on arms. Do you think this could be a food allergy or something more serious?
How to get rid of bumps in my vagina lips, they look like the bumps on your tongue. They keep itching and it hurts kind of like a bruise?
How to get rid of bumps on the back of throat? They're not on my tonsils, they're just like little swollen spots from my post nasal drip/pharyngitis.
It might be: An enlarged Montgomery Gland. If you think you have a lump underlying the areola - then please seek medical evaluation. Take care. ...Read more
How to get rid of bump-less. Should I be worried and consider getting another rhinoplasty or shall I just wait and see what happens?
Lots of things can cause bumps...I'm sure they can be very worrisome and so you should get checked out.
It could be as simple as an ingrown hair or a clogged duct but at the same time it could also be an infection or even a sign of hpv, which is the virus that can cause cancer. only by figuring out the cause of the bump can we give treatment.
Have an ob/gyn teach you more about your body. ...Read more
Gentle Cleanser: I would recommend you use a gentle face wash and lightly exfoliate you skin a few times per week, not daily. Use a gentle cleanser to balance the oil content on your skin while still removing the dirt and other junk that accumulates on your skin during the day. Do not use harsh soaps as they over dry your skin and will stimulate your oil glands to overproduce oil, making you more oily. ...Read more
"Bump on neck"?: When I was in junior high school, one of my phys ed teachers used to refer derisively (you know, the way phys ed teachers do) to our heads as "that bump on the end of your neck." It was a joke. We knew what he meant. Your post leaves one with NO idea what YOU mean by "bump on neck." Front? Back? Side? Big? Small? Red? White? Draining pus? What makes you think it's related to your headaches at all? ...Read more
Recommend: That you see a dermatologist to see if anything can be done to minimize this. ...Read more
Needs evaluation: Please see a local dentist who can evaluate your "bump", determine what it is, and advise you of possible treatments. ...Read more
See ENT doctor: If the bump is in front of the ear, there only 2 possibilities. One is a mass in the parotid gland and more rarely a herniation of the capsule of the jaw joint. See an ENT or head and neck surgeon for a diagnosis. ...Read more
How to get rid of bump on the lower end of the shaft of my penis and I think it's a blood blister but I'm not sure?
Penis bump: Penis bumps can be many things. Some STDs, some not. Only general advice can be given without a photo or physical exam. Top 2 photos are non-STDs: Fordyce spots (sebum which can be extricated by M.D. or left alone), Infected hair follicle (plucked and kept clean). Bottom 2 photos are STDs (HPV and Molluscum) to be evaluated by your MD so s/he can rule out other STDs and council you for prevention. ...Read more
How to get rid of bump at the base of penis that looks + feels like a zit. Hurts to masturbate, doesn't hurt to pee. Advice?
Most common cause would be an infected hair follicle (aka folliculitis) caused by the bacteria staphylococcus aureus. Self-treatment includes avoiding irritation by clothing or shaving; moist heat compresses; proper hygiene with antiseptic cleanser; and topical antibiotic (mupirocin, neomycin, and bacitracin with polymyxin B). If no better in 2-4 days or worsens, an oral antibiotic may be needed
Wrist bumps: See your family physician. They may be cysts that could be removed by your Orthopedic specialist. ...Read more
It depends on what: Is causing them. Medical evaluation should provide more info. ...Read more
Depends on the cause: There are many types and causes of skin rashes. Several types of inflammatory conditions of the skin, allergic reactions, and sometimes bacterial, viral or fungal infections can cause rashes on the skin. Insect bites can also be the cause of a rash on the skin. Have it evaluated by a professional and get the appropriate treatment. ...Read more
See your doctor: This problem can only be solved by seeing your doctor and being evaluated face-to-face. After a thorough examination, your doctor should be able to tell you what's wrong and what to do about it. ...Read more
You want to keep this area as dry as possible (arid) by washing the area, applying a hydrocortisone cream twice daily. It is best to lose the bra if possible in a private setting. ("aired").
After this area has healed and you resume full time bra wearing, apply corn starch inside the bra which will help to absorb perspiration and moisture to avoid a recurrence. ...Read more
How can I get rid of bumps on my inner thighs and bottom of butt? I don't know what kind of bumps they are or where they come from. General red bumps.
Moisturizer: Try a simple chapstick or vaseline or aquaphor before applying your lip liner. ...Read more
Keratosis Pilaris: Keratosis pilaris (kp) is a very common skin disorder affecting many people of all ages. Kp is a benign condition that presents as numerous small, rough, red, or tan bumps primarily around hair follicles on the upper arms, legs, buttocks, and sometimes cheeks. Kp creates a "goose bumps, " "gooseflesh, " or "chicken skin" appearance on the skin. Try cerave sa which is otc. ...Read more
See your doctor: Problems like these can only be correctly handled by your doctor in person. He/she needs to listen to you, perform an examination and possibly run labs or other tests. That's the only way he/she can find out what's going on and what to do about it. ...Read more
How do I get rid of bumps around my mouth? They are small bumps around my lips. They get itchy, but not all the time.
HSV 1 and HSV 2: Herpes simplex is divided into two types: HSV type 1 and HSV type 2. Both of these conditions can affect your mouth or your genitals and can be spread via oral sex. There no cure for HSV infection and often stress is an aggravating factor. Cold sores generally clear up without treatment within 10-14 days. It is your call. ...Read more
How do I get rid of bumps under the skin on my face? I have these bumps on my face mainly on the cheeks and around the chin they appear to be grease clogged bumps and I can't seem to get rid of them with any acne regime it feels awful I hate when anyone t
Yes, Neck and Back:
Acne can occur anywhere there are sebaceous glands (oil glands) in the skin.
Web md is a great resource to learn more about acne. Skin hygiene with soap and water followed by benzol peroxide or 2% salicylic acid products are over the counter options. An evaluation by a dermatologist can help develop a long term plan. Resistant acne can also be treated with antibiotics and some laser therapy. ...Read more
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