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Popped pimple on face, got swelling on the same side of face as well as lymph nodes the following day with breakout. Cause?

i have a pimple on my myface i popped it and when i woke up the next day my face andlymph nodes just on the right side of my face is swollen the pipmple was itchy before i popped it and now today i have two more itchy pimples and my face it still swollen .the pimple isnt swollen my face is like im have an allergic reaction ...but now my throut hurts and i feel a cold coming on
Asked On : Thu, 16 Aug 2012
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Your description provided does not help to reach to a particular diagnosis. However there seem to be two possibilities in your case. One is that of cellulitis - a bacterial infection and another one is herpes zoster- viral infection. Both these conditions are severe and need an immediate attention. I would advise that you visit your health care provider to diagnose the disease for proper management.
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Answered: Wed, 26 Jun 2013
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