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What could be the skin colored bumps on my upper lip ?

I have these skin colored bumps on my upper lip outline, i started getting them about two months ago. First it was one, i popped it and it went away? Than about 3 weeks later i recieved another one righr next to it, it popped also. All that seems to come out is a little puss. If you look very closely more are starting to appear about two of them? There not noticable, unless your really paying attention. They dont look like water bubbles either which i know is another disease? Do you know what this is? I have no clue!
Asked On : Fri, 13 Apr 2012
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hi tdesireediane..

u probably either have Herpes zoster infection or a bacterial infection called impetigo..the treatment of both is i suggest u to get a swab culture from the lesion for bacterial culture senstivity and viral the mean while you can apply some antibacterial cream to prevent further infection..

Hope u get well soon
Answered: Fri, 13 Apr 2012
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