She slipped while jogging and what doctors found later left them in horror

During a morning jogging session, this woman tripped and fell. She banged her head on a rock and fainted. Later that day, she started developing a swelling on her forehead which turned into a giant goose egg shape of lump which wouldn’t go down.

After two weeks, she finally decided to visit a dermatologist even after the swelling continued to grow. That’s when they got the giant swelling drained.

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A big syringe was inserted into the swelling.

Initially, the material was thin and bloody.

The thin and bloody material was easily extracted. But the tough part had just started.

There was thick material like plasma waste and pus still left to extract. Some more syringes were used in order to pull out the material until it was in liquid form.

Then, the doctor had to use his hands.

He is squeezing out the pus along with bloody material. It seems thick now, so the syringe would be useless to use.

Determining Whether a Pimple Can Be Popped

Pop whitehead pimples. Whitehead pimples have usually been around for a few days, and they have a white tip where pus has collected underneath the skin. These pimples are easy to pop, and when treated with care they can be safely removed without spreading the infection or causing scarring.

Don’t pop new pimples. Pimples that have just appeared in the past day or two aren’t ready to pop yet. Wait until the whitehead appears at the tip of the blemish.

Can you see the heavy amount of swelling this lady had?

Don’t pop pimples that are big, red, or sore. This could worsen your pimple by sending bacteria deeper into your skin. Popping a pimple this big will almost definitely lead to a scar. Only a pimple with white pus is ready to pop.

Visit a dermatologist. Dermatologists can determine the best way to treat your acne. They can prescribe creams that will eliminate your pimples. There are also several procedures they can perform that can treat severe breakouts.

The most commonly prescribed dermatologist treatment is a topical cream, rubbed on the pimples, that will remove oil from the skin and kill acne-causing bacteria.