Doctor insights on:
Painful Pus Filled Bumps
See dermatologist: There may be bacterial infection coexisting with a skin problem such as contact dermatitis (allergic reaction), dyshidrotic eczema/hand eczema, fungal infection, or pustular psoriasis. You should see a dermatologist for evaluation, possible cultures and/or biopsy, and treatment recommendations. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Using neosporin?: If you are using neosporin on your cut, you are likely having some allergic reaction to the neosporin--a very commom, yet overlooked condition. I would stop that, keep the skn/wpund dry with a little rubbing alcohol 3-4x/day for a few days and you should be good. If not better, call your doc. Good luck. ...Read more
Possibly: Anytime you pop a pimple with a pin or worse your nails the risk of an infection is there. Most often staph. At this point you may use warm soaks unless the area is getting worse, hot and tender then see a physician ...Read more
Cold sore or pimple?Reddish area;few days later, whitehead appears;popped it.Whitish fluid drained.Now looks red.No crust, tingling, blisters at all.
Pimple: Canker sores do not have material in them like what you popped. ...Read more
It may well be: Would not have sexual contact until this has been medically evaluated and treated. ...Read more
Pain=7 cheek swelling. Lump mouth bottom gum line.Freely moving white pustule pops, bleeds turns in2 red pustule. Disappears&reappears always samespot?
Dental abscess?: If a lump is in the gums (not on the inside nor the outside of the cheeks), and it swells with pus and then breaks open, it can be a tooth abscess. An abscess from the root of a tooth can spread to the gum surface and appear as a pustule. A dentist can evaluate to see if that is the problem. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
R/O FOLLICULITIS : Your symptoms sound like folliculitis or in lampoon of the hair follicle. You need to be examined and course of therapy decided. You may need topical and or oral Antibiotics. If symptoms persist or worsen a Cyst/abscess can develop requiring surgical intervention. Seek prompt evaluation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer