I have a pimple that no matter how many times my husband squeezes the blackhead out, (and yes, a very long, progressively softer and paler from black to white thinner and thinner string of stuff comes out with very little pressure) it returns. It is completely painless, and becomes very large before we even touch it (this last time the tip was over a mm in size). Is this anything I need to worry about? it is in between my shoulder blades located on the spine, a little to the right. I've had it for probably 15 years, It comes to a head maybe 2 times a year. As you can tell I forget about it a lot since it doesn't bother me, I just notice it now and again when i shower, or my husband sees it is getting very large.View Thread
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