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    Small bumps on head
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    Buddhakin posted:
    I have been getting small, painful bumps on my head ... they are like pimples except they are filled with blood and/or a yellowish watery fluid. I typically get them about once or twice a month and I usually get one or two at a time. I end up getting a headache/migraine a day or two after these bumps appear.

    I've tried researching this to no avail. The pain at times is almost unbearable.
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    Chris_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Hi and welcome!

    Buddhakin it's time to consult your doctor on this. Share your symptoms and concerns with him/her.
    You can visit our Skin Problems and Treatments Community as well as read up on some info here; Cysts, Lumps and Bumps, but the final advice to you, is to get to the docs, no guessing at this.
    I hope you feel better soon!
    Good Luck and Good health, Chrissy WebMD Community Staff


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