on my lower stomack I had a red pimples rash bleeding. for threee days I applies basatrasian. Now its itchey and very red. What is it? How can I get rid of it? Im overweight and its in the lower fold of my stomack.
If these pimples just came in the last few days and are bleeding, they are almost certainly not much more than the result of trauma and irritation. I would pad them with gauze or Telfa (available in the drugstore), keep the moist wiht plain vaseline, and otherwise leave them alone. If that haven't gone away in 2 weeks, show them to someone.
I noticed a white hard piece of skin growing in the bottom of the inside of my nose on the membrane side. I picked it off and it bleed for a good half hour. Within a few days it was back.I asked my doctor to look at it and he thought it was an ingrown hair. But it wasn't.what do you think it could be? and how can I get rid of it? My doctor said I should ask a Dermatologist.
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