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Doctor insights on: Red Sore On Forehead

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Have a sore on my forehead that will not heal, red and ichy?

Have a sore on my forehead that will not heal, red and ichy?

Chronic wound: it's difficult to make a diagnosis without examining the wound or seeing a picture but since it's non-healing chronic sore, you need to see your primary care or preferably a dermatologist to get a biopsy done. Also make sure to always apply sunscreen. ...Read more

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I had an acne spot the corner of my forehead it is know spread and there is like 5 in that area its tender to touch and really red some have yellowhed?

I had an acne spot the corner of my forehead it is know spread and there is like 5 in that area its tender to touch and really red some have yellowhed?

Skin infection?: If you start having bumps that are red, tender to touch, some with yellow vesicles (may be pus filled), you may have a skin infection that need to be treated. You should go see your doctor who will examine you and recommend a treatment. Don't wait since it may get worse. ...Read more

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Swollen shiny red lump on left side forehead ?Origin. 24 hours later my left parotid lymph node became hard, tender & pea sized. Area around lump starting to get itchy. Afebrile & asymptomatic.

Don't Squeeze: It sounds like you may have a furuncle (small boil). Your lymph nodes are probably reacting to the infection. Many patients make the mistake of squeezing boils. This may cause further injury to the skin and make things worse! apply a warm compress and be patient. Don't squeeze. ...Read more

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From my eyebrows up my forehead is sore, why?

From my eyebrows up my forehead is sore, why?

Headache: The area you are describing corresponds to the sinus in your forehead. You might have a sinus infection. I would see your doctor to have this evaluated. Feel better. ...Read more

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What does a sore lump in the middle of my forehead mean?

Forehead lump: Most commonly, a sore lump on the forehead could represent a small infection, like a small or large infection. Because the skin of the forehead is pretty thick compared to the cheeks, sometimes, the infection can remain a little more hidden and doesn't look red or have a head visible. Could also be a cyst from skin glands or even a boney abnormality from the skull. Best to get it checked out. ...Read more