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Itchy scabs on the jawline after scratching the bumps on them. What could be the cause and remedy?

Hi, recently I had a couple pimple-like bumps show up on my jawline. They became itchy, and I did scratch them a little bit. However, upon doing this, the bumps became tender and popped and some leaked a bit of pus/ blood . Now I am left with itchy scabs on my jawline and not sure what this is or why I would have gotten this in the first place? I ve never had or seen these before.
Asked On : Mon, 24 Sep 2012
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Hi itchy scabs over the jawline can be due to allergic contact dermatitis.due to the beard present for the longer can also be feature of sycosis barbae.
It can be cured by a antihistamine.antibiotic and application of flutibact ointment over the lesion can be cured.after the treatment there will be postinflammatory hyperpigmentation.which can be cured by trio o bloc ointment
Answered: Wed, 4 Sep 2013
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