Bump on my back, is it a pimple?

This would need to. Be visualized to diagnose because there is more than one cause for a bump on the back.

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Hello I have a bump on my back like a pimple. And it hurts when I touch it or when I lay down?

It happens. These can be pimples, infected hair follicles or inflamed cysts. When they become painful you can sometimes help them heal with a heating pad that improves blood flow/self healing. If that is no help you may need to have a doc lance it.These are commonly nests of staph or other skin germs. Read more...

I have MRSA bumps all over my back, which look like pimples but are tender and some puss filled. I just started antibiotics. It's probably been 2 weeks since the first bump appeared. Did I catch it soon enough? I was never swabbed for it. Should I be?

MRSA. Most MRSA infections are diagnosed by culture and antibiotic sensitivity testing of staphylococcus aureus bacteria isolated from an infected site; a pcr test is also available.Some MRSA strains are susceptible to trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole (bactrim), Doxycycline (vibramycin), and Clindamycin (cleocin); although reports suggest Clindamycin resistance is increasing rapidly. Read more...

Currently have a bump in my lower back. Pimple/Cyst-Like, occasional pus. No growth, but has existed for half a year.?

Pilonidal cyst. This might be a pilonidal cyst and I would have it looked at as it can lead to a pilonidal abscess and need surgery if it gets to that point. Very common in the low back near the buttocks. Read more...
Be examined. This sounds like a sebaceous cyst. This may need to be removed to resolve it. All the best. Read more...
Staph abscess. If the bump gets pussy with occasion discharge it is an abscess, most likely from staph. It is critical that you get it drained properly with a culture from the pus fir MRSA, which require more consultant monitoring and treatment to avoid painful and serious complications. Get better:) Read more...
Get examined. this needs to be examined and possibly drained. Read more...

Have bumps on the back of my tongue, similar to a pimple but same color as my tissue and no pain or discomfort at all, what is it?

Taste Buds. These are usually inflamed taste buds. If you notice them growing, have them checked out by your physician. Read more...
Sounds normal... I'm guessing you are noticing normal circumvallate papillae. Typically there are 7-9 of them in a shallow V-shaped row across the back of the tongue. Each one is about 2-3 mm (1/8") in diameter. Google it and look at photos. If you have something different, check it out with your doctor or dentist. Read more...