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Obvious Bump Showing (Overview)

Obvious bump showing is a phrase to describe a pregnant lady late in her pregnancy when her abdomen is clearly distended due to her growing baby inside of her uterus.


Obvious Bump Showing (Overview)

Obvious bump showing is a phrase to describe a pregnant lady late in her pregnancy when her abdomen is clearly distended due to her growing baby inside of her uterus.


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I started having pain on the inside of my nasal cavity. Hurts when i touch the area from the outside of my nose. No bleeding, obvious sores or bump.

I started having pain on the inside of my nasal cavity. Hurts when i touch the area from the outside of my nose. No bleeding, obvious sores or bump.

Most likely staph: It is most likely a staph infection of the hair follicles inside your nose. You can get some Bacitracin ointment over-the-counter and rub it inside your nostril a few times a day over the next few days and it should get better. If not you should see an ENT doctor for a more complete evaluation. ...Read more

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For the past month or so small bumps have been showing up on my lower back there are three now and sometimes itch what might they be?

For the past month or so small bumps have been showing up on my lower back there are three now and sometimes itch what might they be?

Eczema: It could be any number of issues but with a history of eczema it is most likely more of the same. If you have been treated for this use your creams or try the eucerin eczema cream until you see the doctor next time. To make it stop itching sarna is very helpful as well. ...Read more

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I have a red bump showing on my body for a couple of months and i dont know what cause it . it keep showing up like 1 a day or 5 time a week.

I have a red bump showing on my body for a couple of months and i dont know what cause it . it keep showing up like 1 a day or 5 time a week.

Red bump: Where is it located . Usually red signifies infection but it seems it goes away on its own. Sometimes you need antibiotics. May also be inflammation-allergy like eczema, or psoriasis, which can occur to environmental (poison ivy, pollen) or food allergies. f/u/w/ doc or dermatologist ...Read more