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Felt like a small wart under right nose, growing bigger and brown in colour. How do I get rid of it?

A couple months ago this little thing grew right under my nose . At first I thought it was a pimple and I tried picking at it, but nothing happened. Now, it is bigger, and I don t know what it is. It kinda looks like a wart or skin tag, but on the tips of it its all separated. Its my skin color, but on like 1 or 2 tips it is brown. I m not sure if the brown is scabs from picking at it or something else. and by the way I m 13 years old, is this a normal thing? What is is? and how do i get rid of it with out going to the doctors?
Asked On : Sat, 9 Feb 2013
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Anesthesiologist 's  Response
hi,,iam dr xxx..
what ever that swelling might be,do not pick or prick it as nose is very sensitive,may bleed profusely,or can form ugly scar damaging your aesthetic your problem looks minor and easily observable and handled by a doctor,,please do consult a dermatologist or ent surgeon,,,get an easy and permanent cure,,and get well soon
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