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How To Get Rid Of Bumps On Back Of Head
See doctor: It is depends on the size and the consistency of the bumps whether or not it is musculosleletal or cyst or lump or lymph nodes. You need to see doctor for better evaluation and treatment.
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.
How do I get rid of these bumps in the back of my head? I have been trying for over four years now. Please help!
I have painful bumps on my scalp. Most are in clusters at the back of my head. If I puncture them they bleed. What is it and how do I get rid of them?
Can't diagnose: The treatment will depend on accurate diagnosis. Recommend dermatological assessment (in-person).
How do you get rid of a scalp cyst? I have a small bump on the middle of the back of my head. I've recently just asked a question about it on avvo. I got my answer and the person said it might be a cyst. I've searched up 'how to get rid of a cyst' on goog
Cysts: Cysts are simply sacs of tissue filled with a substance that makes them expand. There are many types of cysts in the body, but the most common in the area you are talking about is a sebaceous cyst. Most are benign problems but some can cause damage to surrounding structure and some, even more rare, can be neoplasms. Cysts typically cannot be treated at home. Definitive treatment of a cyst requires complete removal of the tissue and, in cases where the growth is more aggressive, some surrounding normal tissue is removed to prevent a recurrence. For these reasons you seek care from a surgeon for evaluation, removal and biopsy.
What are these pimples type bumps I continue to get on the back of my head and how do I get rid of them?
I'm getting pimples/bumps at the back of my head after every haircut. What can I do to get rid of it real quick?
Infection vs ingrown: Some people get folliculitis an infection along the hair follicle. Perhaps the barber's equipment is not clean? ! Topical antibiotic ointment can help or in bad cases, oral antibiotics from your doctor. Sometimes people can get a fungal infection (Tinea Capitis - google it). Another possibility in ingrown hair if the haircut was very short. In that case you need to keep the hair longer.
I have these bumps on my face from shaving years back. They are hard but painless. How can I get rid of them?
That depends: On the diagnosis. Have a dr. Look at it and maybe it can be removed by a sterile procedure. Best wishes.
Raised bump on face; skin colored; feels like something hard underneath; squeezed it out once, but it came back. What is it and how to get rid of it?
Sebaceous cyst: You can "pop" a zit, pimple, or cyst, but the sac around it has cells that produce the sebum that you squeeze out--unless the sac is removed, it will return. See a plastic surgeon for proper removal and least scarring. Do not pick!
I have a lot of ingrown hair bumps on the back of my leg, what causes them and how can I get rid of them? P.s. I don't shave that area of my leg.
Ingrown hairs: Try to exfoliate and moisturize the skin with 1/2 cup of sugar in 1/2 cup olive oil. While in the shower. Shower, apply let stand 1-2 minutes rinse off. Build up of dead skin is a factor as is dry. Skin with thick hairs. F/u with dermatologist see http://www. Webmd. Com/skin-problems-and-treatments/guide/ingrown-hair-causes-symptoms-treatment? Page=2
I have many small, skin coloured, almost flat bumps all over the back of my hands. What are they and how can I get rid of them?
Dermatology: If I cannot visualize these skin lesions it cannot be diagnosed. Please see a dermatologist for direct examination.
There is a red bump on the side of my tongue, in the back of my mouth. What could this be? What could I do to help get rid of it? Any possible info
Painful or not?: Is it painful? Have you ever had them before? Are there any other bumps elsewhere on your body or in your mouth? If it's painful, it could be a canker sore. If not, it could be an inflamed taste bud or a benign fibroma, possibly from past trauma to the tongue. I would recommend that you go to your doctor and have it looked at.
I have had dry sticky discharge from nose and fluid filled white bumps on the left side at the top of the back of throat. How to get rid of this?
Possible infection: Please go to your medical doctor to have them look at your throat. This may be an infection that requires treatment. Have a nice day...
I have two clear pimple like bump in the back of my mouth between the tonsils. It feel like it's a tonsil stone but it's not. How can I get rid of it?
Mouth lesions: Hard to say. They most likely will go away on there own
Can I put dry ice on blood blisters forming on my scrotum to get rid of them? I'm getting blood blisters & have been popping them, but they keep coming back. Some dried out & formed skin bumps. Itchy.
Here are some. ..: Please stop popping them, which may just some senile harmless hemangioma and tend to occur in some men as they age. To verify what they are and how to handle them, seek pro-evaluation and counseling once for all so to ease and benefit life down the road. On the way to see doc, bring the detailed Hx of the concerned symptoms and signs for analysis + exams. ..See 2 more doctor answers
The skin tone on my stomach, chest, neck, and lower back is uneven. Occassionally bumps similar to pimples will appear too. I have a history with eczema. What can I do to get rid of this?
See Your Doctor: Eczema is an inflammatory skin condition; causes dry, itchy areas; treated with topical steroids, moisturizers & more. Once the eczema clears, involved skin may become lighter due to loss of pigmentation. Return of pigmentation can takes wks to yrs. Treatment involves watchful waiting while using cosmetic cover-ups, laser, & more. Pimples sound unrelated; visual exam is needed. See your doctor.
I have fallen off of my bicycle twice when I was 8 and I have two huge bumps on my head still and I am 16 what should I do to get rid of them?
Bumps: These are likely osteomas. I do not know if you can have them "shaved down". However, you might seek out the opinion of a neurosurgeon, othropedist or plastic surgeon for advice.
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