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Bluish bump on face, growing bigger, reducing in size on its own. Causes?

i have a blueish lump on my face it has bin ther for about 8 months and it wont go away i have tried to squeeze it and it makes it go bigger then after about a month it goes down but dosnt realy go away and sumtimes it goes bigger by itself and then it will go down again its about the size of a 5 pence peice? do u no wot it could be?
Asked On : Mon, 30 Jul 2012
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Hi welcome to HCMForum. the bump appears to be angioma or a mole. I advise you to consult a physician
diagnosis and treatment. You may have to go for MRI along with other tests for confirmation. never try
to squeeze it as it may aggrevate by such things. Besides i advise you some diet recomendations as take
food rich in vitamin C. as citrous fruhts green leafy vegetables. eat more pulses they increase the resistance
and stamina to build up the repaired tissues. thank you.
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