I'm at my witts end with this and wondering what to do:-
On my face i have about 6 or 7, of what i can only describe as - very small round circular blisters. After a "blister" is squeezed; a very white, semi-solid puss comes out or lots of very small white dots comes out - often with a small volume of blood. The squeezed blister seems to replenish its self after being squeezed to require another squeezing weeks down the line.
im finding this a little embarrassing, especially when i see my face in a mirror under a bright light, it looks more prevailent.
Anyone have any idea what this could be and how i could help myself?
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