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What To Do For A Bump On The Forehead
May be nothing: It depends how big how log or what other associated symptoms you have. Start with your PCP. ...Read more
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
Cysts?: This could represent sebaceous cysts orlipomas. If these are cosmetically disturbing it is best to see doctor for removal. ...Read more
Today I see got this bump on my middle forehead if I touch it it hurts a little? Idk how I got this?
Has lots of tiny flesh bumps at the forehead, cheeks, and chin. What could the bumps be? Bumps gone after facial but returns after a few weeks.
Hard to say: Without looking at them. I would suggest you consult with your physician who did the facial on you or get a second opinion. ...Read more
My baby is 1 month and two weeks. I noticed she has a bump in the middle of her forehead, like a small hill. She hasn't any head injuries, what is it?
May be suture: The main suture line for most kids forms a T with the ear to ear line in back of the forehead and the middle one from the soft spot along the center toward the back. Some have a prominent suture line from the front of the soft spot running down between the eyes. A ridge in the forehead like a boat keel can be a transient feature in some kids. Confirm this with your doc. They usually grow out of it. ...Read more
Many things.: These can be scars from old injuries. They can also be from things like blackheads and pimples from oil accumulation which did not rupture and were never fully removed. They may just be tha way your face/forhead develops with age and whatever tension you went through in life. ...Read more
Need a LOT more info: Generally "bumps" or masses that have been present for years are not very likely to be anything dangerous, but if it's growing/painful/worrying you, they should be checked out. I have no idea if it came after trauma or infection, if it is visible to other, painful, or associated with skin changes. See your doctor for further workup. ...Read more
Scar: A bump like that which has not gone away after years is likely to never go away. You can think of it as a scar in the tissue under the skin, and it is likely that it will be there forever as a reminder of your childhood incident. Nothing to do except have fond memories! It's not harmful... ...Read more