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what are these weird things I keep getting?

(14 Posts)
CountessDaveula Thu 22-Feb-07 20:27:13

In the past few weeks i keep getting odd things on my face (only my face)

They start off as white throbbing areas and then quickly come to a small head like a watery blister. They then stop hurting and the white swollen bit goes away but the middle bit scabs over.

Could it be an allergy?

sauce Thu 22-Feb-07 20:29:05

Dr Sauce here thinks it sounds like boils. Are you tired? stressed? not eating enough fruit & veg?

CountessDaveula Thu 22-Feb-07 20:29:34

no not boils
They are not red around, white and more like an allergy

CountessDaveula Thu 22-Feb-07 20:30:15

am not stressed or tired and I eat fruit and veg lots

sauce Thu 22-Feb-07 21:33:18

Spots?

CountessDaveula Thu 22-Feb-07 22:42:46

no not spots

They don't feel spotty at all

carol3 Thu 22-Feb-07 22:44:35

coldsores?

Soapbox Thu 22-Feb-07 22:45:59

Shingles?

CountessDaveula Thu 22-Feb-07 22:46:18

no and no

Have had both, defo not either

CountessDaveula Thu 22-Feb-07 22:47:38

maybe they are spots
i have never had spots tbh other than when I was pg I had them on my chin but they were much much more painful than this. These don't really hurt

corblimeymadam Fri 23-Feb-07 07:52:59

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funkimummy Fri 23-Feb-07 08:01:22

Watery blisters don't sound like spots to me. Sounds like you need to go to Doctors.

NorksDrift Fri 23-Feb-07 08:06:52

Could it be this?

Elibean Fri 23-Feb-07 08:22:28

Um, how about Molluscum? dd had it, and it looked just like that. Not on her face, but only in one area on her body. Unusual for adults not to have had it young (and therefore have immunity) but if you haven't, its easy to catch from kids.

I have had urticaria several times, and it never looked like blisters on me...but suppose it can vary from person to person, possibly

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