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Ear lobe gets painful, expels excessive pus and blood on squeezing. What will help healing?

Hi I haven t worn earrings in years! However my left ear lobe piercing hole always gets very painful then I have to squeeze it and yellow puss comes out and then blood , a lump also comes out as I squeeze but does go back in and if I touch the lump it is extremely painful this has been happening over 3 years I keep thinking it will heal but it doesn t and I constantly bathe it in salt water. Is there anything that will heal it because it is painful? Thank you
Asked On : Mon, 18 Feb 2013
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Thanks for posting your query.
From the history you seem to have a condition called as sebaceous cyst on the ear lobe. This denotes that your oil gland gets excessively filled up with sebum. This condition has to be surgically tackled that is removed completely. If you don't like that idea it may be treated with a oral drug like isotretinoin. But this drug should be given only if you are not planning to get married for at least one year or if you are married and has two children as it may affect your child birth temporarily.
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Answered: Tue, 19 Feb 2013
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