It could be a form of Psoriasis or Eczema,(or just problematic skin) that gets activated by stress or high levels of hormones. Also When you say "painful" do you mean it's sensitive to touch? Hurts all the time? Itches? This could help determinate what it is. You see the skin actually has 7 layers Epidermis (with 4 sub-layers), Dermis, and the Succubus, it's not just the skin you see on top. Thus the problem exists beneath the seven layers. You need a product that will (be trans-dermal) penetrate the 7 layers of skin, work from the bottom up to repair the damaged cells,put the moisture back and restore balance to the skin. The skin needs have a product with no added fragrance, parabens (unnatural preservative), dyes and colorants. Also when you have dry skin it usually is accompanied by itching. The reason is because when the skin is dry the skin cells tighten and produce and itching sensation.
sounds like a blister
Bumps that release a clear liquid when squeezed could be many different things. Examples they could be are acne, cysts, poison ivy or boils.
just squeese it i have bumps on my breast and i squeeze them and puss comes out...or something white and thick or clear and watery comes out...but idk what it is
You can use acne products such as Pro-Active to help clear up the bumps on your face.
Could be just Olsders, anything in mouth first try a bit of bonjela, get it from most chemists a clear gel for in mouth problems..
Many conditions cause small bumps. See your healthcare provider for a clear diagnosis.
If they are small bumps that have clear fluid in them, it is known as Dysidrosis. A cortisone cream should help.
No apple sauce is not a clear liquid! =)
That Dont Even Make Sense!
Some are, some aren't. Coffee is a liquid that isn't particularly clear. Vodka is another liquid that is clear.
No, it is not clear.
Many liquid glues dry clear. All cyano-acrylates do.
Not all solids dissolve into clear liquids
They have no bumps and they are clear although after they start to grow they have vains
if bumps are full of clear liquid they are called blisters... they are tiny.. this is usually caused by dermatitis(sp)... this can be caused for a variety of reasons.. contact with a particular fabric, dish soap, detergent, cleaning fluid... or it could be hereditary - is there a history of excema in your family?
if i put an m and m in a clear liquid then it will disolve faster then water because the clear liquid has more acid
im not a doctor, but the clear stuff is probably white blood cells. You might Try researching Dyshidrosis, it sounds similar to your symptoms
It is chlorine reacting with the metals in your pool water.
for clear liquid read the lower miniscus and for coloured liquid,read the upper miniscus
Of course you need to
No, ice cream is not included in a clear liquid diet. However, sherbet is!
Clear quarts of what liquid? ;)