How to get rid of blood- filled pimples?

This is serious. I'm going to assume that this is severe acne. You aren't going to be able to manage this by yourself. Your personal physician may start with topical benzoyl peroxide plus an antibiotic, perhaps an oral tetracycline. If you are offered a dermatology consult for isotretinoin, consider doing it though it is not for the faint-hearted. Best wishes, and be strong.

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For about 6months I've had a spot on my cheek & it feels like a pimple under the skin but it only has blood in it. How can I get rid of it?

See derm. Because it is on your face I recommend seeing a dermatologist to prevent scarring. It may be a hemangioma or cherry nevus which can be removed. Read more...

I popped a pimple about 9 hours ago and blood came out. After a while, the pimple's head was covered by black dry blood. How do I get rid of the blood?

Leave it alone. The less you mess with this, the better. You're 14 years old and it's time to get serious about managing your acne. If topical benzoyl peroxide as tolerated has not cleared you in two weeks, or if it's on your trunk get with your personal physician for prescription-strength rx. Read more...

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Laser Acne Treatment. Research has found laser acne therapy effective in controlling and preventing acne breakouts. Laser acne therapy is safe and can have long-term beneficial results. Different lasers and laser protocol has been developed to treat this skin condition. Read more...
This is serious. I'm glad you're on isotretinoin and this is appropriate for a woman in your situation. Hopefully you'll get a good result. Other meds that may help if you relapse include spironolactone and the oral contraceptive pill. Lasers may be an adjunct for you. I'm really glad you're managing this and wish you the best for as long as you need to be treated. Read more...