It's likely just scar tissue - nothing serious. If you're concerned or have any pain, see a doctor immediately. Note: Try not to play with it too much. This is a common way to get bumps, lumps, or any other type of uncomfortable things around the hole. If it is a new piercing (like you mentioned), playing with it will only further these lumps.
-- Okay, I got a cartilage piercing about a month ago and everything was fine until about two weeks ago. It started to hurt really bad and it was sore constantly, but i thought it was just the healing process. Well, when i looked closer, it turns out i had a lump behind it. It was all red and gross, so i decided to pop it. It helped for a while, but the lump came back, so i went to see the person who pierced my ear. He told me that i had a small keloid. He told me that i should clean it out with salt water everyday or use neosporin on it every three days.
either way, he told me it would take about a month to clear up.
It was caused by bacteria that had gotten under the skin around my piercing, and it could very likely happen to a lip piercing too.
it'll go away if you clean and take care of it regularly.
NO. It'd help if you went to a piercing shop and asked them what was wrong with your piercing. The lump around it could be a sac of infection.
Yes and it will close with a lump on it.
Don't listen to them if you just got it done then yes it is if its on the inside of your lip then it is probably skin tissue, and it'll go away.
When Kylie Monuge had breast cancer then she had a lump inside her breast. I would recommend you to have it scaned. If it is inside then that might be possibility.
Assuming you mean a lump from a piercing gone wrong... (since you posted in the piercing category). It sounds like you got it done using a piercing gun, which is horribly unsafe I'd read up on why piercing guns are bad, and then talk to a real piercer and/or doctor about taking care of the infection before it becomes a permanent scare (like a keloid lump).
It sounds like you have an infection. Soak a chamomile tea bag in hot water and then place it on the lump for 10 to 15 mintues. Do this for about 2-4 days and the lump should go straight away. If this does not work, contact a body piecer for advice.
It's the tongues version of a scab it will ease off as the piercing heals, relax.
A lump inside the nose that causes the outside of the nose to be swollen is usually a pimple. This can be caused from an irritation like a cold or clogged pores.
The lump is simply the skin reforming and re-healing around your piercing.. youll always have a little one but the swelling significantly subsides through the healing process. =] good luck!
No. I had one too when my lip piercing was still healing. It's scar tissue and will go away as the piercing heals.
There could be many reasons why a person would have a lump on the buttocks. The lump could be a cyst, keratoacanthomas, or a neurofibromas. A doctor will need to be consulted to find the exact cause.
There are many things that could cause a lump behind the eye such as cancer. Infection could also cause a lump.
If you have a lump in your gum after you have had your wisdom teeth removed, it could just be swelling. If the lump does not go away, you should seek advice of your dentist.
A common cause is Fibromyalgia. If it's causing pain, go to the doctor.
I have a lump too in the same place but its not oozing anything and the lump is inside the skin. maybe yours is just a pimple or infection cause it oozes. mine is maybe a vein that burst cause it gets bigger when I touch it
Sometimes you will get a small scar that feels like a bump when you get a new piercing. It's normal.
A fair amount of blood and a lump around the piercing (it would be filled with congealed blood.) Also, expect swelling.
Where the bar usually is yes. If you feel like there's still a bar when u take the ring out, then that is fine, otherwise i would get it checked out.
The cause of a tender or sore lump on your neck under your ear would be a swollen lymph node. A doctor can do tests and let you know why the lymph node is swollen.
If its after you removed a lip ring, or lip piercing. It is probably just scar tissue
No there should be no lump. Due to a failure to either follow the aftercare routine or the use of improper aftercare products you may have developed a hypertrophic reaction which is causing the lump. Only a visit to your professional body piercer will best tell you what is going on with your piercing.
Is worth two in the bush!