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What do you think I should do to get of really tiny small I don't know there red bumps on forehead?

What do you think I should do to get of really tiny small I don't know there red bumps on forehead?

Likely acne: First use and non-abrassive soap. Increase water intake. You may need to see a doctor for acne treatment if altering your quality of life. ...Read more

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Have a red bump on forehead, been there for over a month- pea size. When attempting to pop, a little clear fluid came out.

Have a red bump on forehead, been there for over a month- pea size. When attempting to pop, a little clear fluid came out.

Forehead bump X 1 mo: The bump on your forehead could be many things. Please have your primary provider take a look at it to determine how best to resolve it. ...Read more

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Can you tell me about this red bump on my forehead?

Nothing: We cant see the bump, I recommend a dermatologist evaluation if the bump just grew or is changing in size and color, suddenly itching and or bleeding Any of the above see the doctor sooner than later ...Read more

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Why do I get red bumps on my forehead?

Many possibilities: You could have adult acne, rosacea, sun damage or many other possible dermatoses. ...Read more

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What could sudden red bumps on my forehead be?

Agree w Dr. Jackson: This can't be diagnosed with the information that is available. A history, physical examination & other studies may be needed to determine cause/causes. Once accurately assessed a treatment plan can be developed. ...Read more

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What does it mean when a red bump on the forehead does not become blue over time? So, it's not a bruise?

What does it mean when a red bump on the forehead does not become blue over time?  So, it's not a bruise?

Can be many things : A red bump on the forehead can be many things, most of which ate benign but some of which are potentially worrisome. See a doctor to get evaluated particularly if the lesion bleeds often, grows bigger, or feels firm and attached to underlying skin. ...Read more