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    Hard bumps on face
    mbritt posted:
    Sometimes I get hard bumps on my chin and cheek. They're not like a normal pimple or black head. Any idea what it is? And how to stop them?
    keda_peanut_brandi responded:
    If you find out what it is let me know. I am only 5 weeks and have had 2. One above my left eyebrow and one next to my right eye. I squeezed them and they "popped" and white stuff came out but they were really hard also and hurt like a son of a gun..
    mbritt replied to keda_peanut_brandi's response:
    Mine have been on my cheek and chin. Sometimes they'll pop but usually not, just have clear liquid come out. And you're exactly right they're just sore even when not touching it.

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