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I have a lump/bump on the side of my nose, for almost a year now.

Doc. I have a lump/bump on the side of my nose, for almost a year now. At first I thought it was a regular pimple , but when I tried poking it I seen a big layer of pus trying to come out, but instead blood if not a white liquid comes out. And when I touch my nose I can actually feel me moving something between the inside & ouside of my nose. And when it gets to a part of a open pore I see that puss coming out like a regular pimple... Only differance is it s to much to take out!
Asked On : Mon, 21 Feb 2011
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this bump should not be a pimple if it has been so long;instead it could be a sebaceous cyst .please consult a doctor to find out whether it is sebaceous cyst.If it is a cyst you will have to take oral antibiotic for it & even after that it does not settle then you will have to get it removed surgically.
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