Causes And Ways To Deal With Red Nose And Small Pimples Out Of Water When Pressed?
Excuse me, I want to ask So, in the past when I was in the 2nd grade of middle school I had pressed my nose many times until a red color appeared. I think it will disappear later. But apparently until I was in college at this time, my nose remained red. In fact many people think I have a fever / flu. But besides red, there is a kind of pimples appear in small pieces and that if pressed will break and water will come out. That happens every day. Actually, what disease did I experience and how can I overcome it?
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. If your condition is caused by a nose squeeze, this is usually related to injury to the associated tissue. There may be a ruptured blood vessel under the skin that causes it to turn red, but this usually doesn't take long and will heal on its own.
So if you experience this for a long time, it is possible that the condition could be due to an infection, allergies, blocked glands, skin irritation, or other forms of tissue injury that are difficult to know without direct examination. For this reason, we recommend that you check with your dermatologist because the complaint is actually quite subjective and will be very helpful if there is direct physical appearance information that can be observed. Thus, misunderstandings can be avoided, and the handling can be more appropriate.
In the meantime, of course you have to stop the habit of squeezing the nose, and do not press the small pimples because it can make things worse. Keep your face clean by washing your face twice a day, avoiding exposure to sunlight, dust and pollution, and check yourself immediately. So, hopefully answering your question.