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Red Sore On Eyebrow
1mm red slightly indented sore beside eyebrow has been there for > 1 month. No itch, bleeding, or pain. Could this be indicative of malignancy?
Skin lesion: check with dermatologistGet a more detailed answer ›
Small red patch below eyebrow, it's a little sore, skin flakes noticed in morning but washes off.?
Hydrocortisone: It sounds like mild eczema, and i'd use some over the counter Hydrocortisone cream on it for a few days. If it's clearing up, great! if not, i'd get it checked out by your family doctor. Sores on the face that scab or flake and don't heal by 2 weeks concern us for skin cancer. Good luck and always use sun protection! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a little red bump just under the arch of my eyebrow .. It isn't sore, but at times itchy. It has been there for almost a year. Suggestions?
Likely benign!: See your doc to make sure it is ok, but most likely it is benign. See an ophthalmologist. ...Read more
Concerned about 1mm sore beside eyebrow that hasn't healed over a month. No change in size no scab. Looks like red dot. Can this be skin cancer?
Not likely: A 1mm lesion is likely benign and represents either a blood blister, hemangioma or focal inflammatory/vascular extravasation from bug bite. Is it raised? Does it itch? It is very unlikely that a pinpoint red 1mm macule is cancerous. If you are worried, a visit to the dermatologist will give you the reassurance you need. ...Read more
Help! swollen red rash on face and scalp so saturday night i felt a mild stinging just above my right eyebrow. No blemishes, red or anything at all visible on skin. Sunday a little red and in more spots on scalp. Monday full blown red swollen sore above e
1 day after a mosquito bite on my eyelid just under the eyebrow.ifound a red tender swelling about 2.5 CM which blanches on pressure.what could it be?
Allergic reaction.: The swelling from a mosquito bites is usually an allergic reaction to the proteins and toxins in the bite and rarely due to infection. You may need and anti-histaminic if the swelling persists. You also may need an antibiotic such as Vibramycin (doxycycline) in this context as a precautionery. So see your doctor . ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Likely eczema: If the skin is dry & itchy this likely eczema. If so, ophthalmic ointment with steroid can be prescribed by an eye care specialist. The oil from inside a vit e capsule may be helpful when applied 1-2x per day. If the area is just generally red, cool compresses may help. If allergic in origin antihistamines may help. If thin skin from aging, then coverup may be the main option. Avoid sun/wind. ...Read more