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I popped a pimple down there, but now it's back!


 
Two weeks ago, I noticed a tiny bump "down there." It was white and painful. So like normal, I popped it. A couple of days later it came back and was bigger and more painful. So I popped it again and white pus came out. But it never came back. What was it?

 

Your down there bump was probably just a pimple. It hurts because your pore is totally clogged, so releasing the pressure and all that gook is a good thing. But sometimes when you pop a zit, you don’t release all of the pus—that white stuff you squeezed out—and it can get even more clogged up, creating a bigger, more painful pimple.

 

Not to worry though, babe. It looks like this one is gone for good. If you’re fretting (or pimples down there become a constant issue), call up your doc and see if there’s anything else you can do to prevent them, aside from keepin’ clean. Exfoliating a few times a week with a loofah should help.


BY CATIE CURRY ON 6/25/2011 8:00:00 AM

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