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Pregnant, continuous bleeding from punctured pimple on neck, eruption of moles on chest, applied peroxide. Cause?

I punctured what I thought might be a pimple on my neck. It is filled with blood and won t stop bleeding. I assume it s a blood blister because I also had a scratch next to it, thinking I could have punctured the skin. I put peroxide on it with a band-aid. I m pregnant, and things have been popping up, such as small moles on my chest. What could this be and should I be worried?
Asked On : Fri, 18 May 2012
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thanks for using Health Care magic .

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I suggest since you are pregnant , it would be important to show the wound on the neck to the Dermatologist . They will examine the area and advice you certain treatments keeping your pregnancy in mind. Do not take any antibiotics by your self .

Multiple moles erupting on the neck and chest area , normally occurs in pregnancy . You can show the same to the Dermatologist . They should be mostly left the way they are in pregnancy and should not be removed presently .

Thanks and take care
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