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  1. Okay I've been breaking out on my chest. It does not itch, it does not hurt. Some of these bumps are just red and never form a head. The other are filled with a clear fluid when I try to pop them. Then they scab over. Not all of them though like I said before. I was washing with the St. Ives Blemish Control Apricot Scrub and that seemed to help for about a month but now it's just worse. My dermatologist prescribed Clindmycin, but that just made it worse. The pictures are a few hours after I used
  2. I get these bumps that never come to a head and are filled with clear fluid if i tty to squeeze them. They hurt really bad and start off looking like they have a center but if i try to pop it clear fluid leaks out from several pores. The bump seems fo "empty" but will fill again in a few hours. If I leave it alone it causes such pain that it's woken me up at night. Normally, once the clear fluid leaks out it causes the skun over the bump to slough off and it becomes a small sore that scabs ov
  3. Hi All, I had a big pimple by my mouth yesterday that was extremely noticeable even under makeup. I used my extractor tool to poke a tiny hole and when I went to extract it was only filled with clear fluid. I dabbed some persagel on overnight and it's smaller but still a hard bump that looks slightly filled again. Does anyone know what these are and how to treat them? Thanks!
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