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FAQ's For Bumps

Most commonly acne causes pimple-like bumps on the skin due to bacteria. However, viral infections like molluscum contagiosum, herpes and chickenpox can cause similar skin bumps.

In most cases, bumps go away with little to no treatment.

Tiny bumps (milia) can be treated by using retinoid creams, medicated ointments, skin peels, steam machines to open the pores, and regular facial exfoliating and cleansing. It is also important not to pick, poke, or irritate the skin.

Chickenpox, scabies, impetigo and molluscum contagiosum all cause itchy, small bumps on the skin. Seek medical attention in order to find the exact cause.

Bumps hurt depending on their cause. The body's immune system tries to fight off a threat on the skin through redness, inflammation and itchiness which often causes pain to the patient.

Raised skin bumps are a very common condition which cause itchy, red, raised, or discolored skin due to various reasons. They are often harmless and go away either on their own or with minor treatment. Some common causes for bumps include:
Acne
Cold sore
Callouses or corns
Skin tags
Nodules (may cause large, risen bumps that are painful with pressure)
Chicken pox (infection which causes itchy bumps on the skin)
Keloids (Scar formation common in people of colour causing raised skin)
Scabies (Causes itchy bumps on the skin)
Impetigo (causes itchy bumps, blisters, and rashes which pop to form a honey-colored crust)
Molluscum contagiosum (shiny red bumps that appear in a patch of up to 20)
Lipoma
Cysts
Warts

Bumps treatment depends on the underlying cause. Most of the common causes of bumps are harmless in nature and go away on their own. However, if it results in harm or raises concern, dermatologists can surgically remove certain types of bumps like cysts and lipomas. Skin tags and warts can be frozen off using cryotherapy. In cases of bacterial infections like MRSA, antibiotics will be suggested. For viral infections like chicken pox, doctors will recommend OTC medication. If doctors find the skin bumps to be precancerous or cancerous in nature, they will be removed immediately. For most cases, the long-term outlook is positive and skin bumps will go away with little to no treatment.

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