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Strange Object Squeezed out of my pore

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  • Posted By: MorrisCh
  • August 16, 2013
  • 00:30 PM

Ok, this is freaking me out. Few years ago, I noticed that I have a grey spot underneath my skin somewhere between my shoulder and left arm joint area. I ignored it, and it never got any bigger or smaller or have any pain. One day last year I just can't help and try to find out what it was underneath. So I cut it open, a small ooze of fresh blood spilt out and stop....and then I kept on digging and then finally I was able to squeeze a black metal like stone out of it. I did all the clean up and the wound was recovered without any problem. However, few weeks ago, it started to get swollen on that spot, and it starts to hurt on that little pore spot, so I scratched it a little bit and the first layer of skin was kinda open, no blood, and then I squeeze out a crystal like object, a little tiny spot wrapped by some crystalized substance. It is like a little 0.5 cm long. I cracked it open since the density is so loose and the remain was a tiny little black thin object. I used the fire to burn it, nothing happen at all. I am wondering what that is. At first, I thought it was blackhead, but no, you can burn the black head eventually. Anyone has any ideas what that might be? Now the wound is recovering fast and smooth without any bump. A day later that morning, I had huge headache afterward.....*PS. I never have any scratch or wound on that spot.

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  • Please do not observe this with in yourself. Consult a doctor and doctor will diagnose what it is.
    Allendawson 18 Replies
    • November 11, 2013
    • 11:08 AM
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