Im not sure if it was a blackhead, but I was squeezing my nose of the gunk a couple years ago, and now I have this one peraistant little bump on my nose. I cannot seem to get rid of it. I know it happened after I squeezed too hard. Ive looked allover the nettrying to figure out exactly what it is and how to treat it, but cannot find exactly what I have online. It is basically this hollow or filled..im not sure ..pore that has a clear...skincover over it that if you squeeze, looks like a clear bump with little dots..or pores...only blood and clear fluid comes out but I can see like a blackhead or whitehead underneath. A stubborn one! So after I popped it..I know its wrong...but its been soo long ive tried again.... itt ends up bleeding and the bump is the worst part, not to mention the skin I have taken off with my nails now I will have a scab. So im wondering what is this? An infectdd blackhead? It never heals..even when I leave it for months not touching it...the skin raised bubbly bump is always there!! Do I need a dermatologist help or can I fix this with something else? ThanksView Thread
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