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What should I do as I knocked a beginning cyst and it is bleeding a lot ?

I am a 32 year old woman in generally good health but for several months I have had a small lump on my forehead which started as a patch of dry skin and then grew. I spoke to a doctor when it was sore and he said it was a benign cyst and that it should just be left alone. Today I knocked it by accident and it bled lots. Something see through and jelly like came out in a few small pieces and the wound bled and was very wet almost watery. Does this sound normal?
Asked On : Tue, 30 Aug 2011
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any lump for sure diagnosis should be undergone a tissue biopsy. you havent mentioned about it, but since your doctor has diagnosed it then do not worry about the lump. it can be surgically correctable though. the bleeding and jelly like stuff ( may be soft tissue) are the normal parts , plz take rest and consult th doctor for your accidental injury.
I hope I answered your query. Wish you good health.
Answered: Tue, 30 Aug 2011
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