Picture doesn't quit do justice to it's size. It's about the size of a cherry. Should I....
..let it heal and go away on it's own ?
..lance it, squeeze it and film it ?
It's not "ripe" yet, so don't squeeze it or you might end up with a nasty inflammation.
Hair-like hypodermic needles (diabetes syrines) are the best solution here. Carefully lance the cyst sideways on its tip (don't actually push the needle in, just poke and scratch the surface of the tip a little) and treat it with pure alcohol afterwards, repeat the process until the pressure pain goes away and let it heal on its own.
There also are efficient blistering ointments for this kind of stuff.
Last edited by Takumaji; 02-25-2012 at 05:58 AM.
Abs...best thing to do is leave it alone.
If you go to a dermatologist, they may lance it, or they may do a cortisone injection. The cortisone injection will likely cause it to get slightly bigger, but within a day it will shrink down considerably. The only thing is the injection may not do anything long term; it will return to it's original size. If that happens, your only option is to have it excised out and that could require having to go to a surgeon.
shave -apply ointments - stop using deodorant- wash often - hot water towel compress- I wouldn't cut it unless I had tried this stuff for a couple weeks.
Squeeze that thing with all your might while filming it. Puss & Blood fireworks FTW.
Have your lady beat the everliving shit out of it with a Bible.
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Bust it big time on camera man, you know you want too
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My buddy lanced one of these on the back of his knee.
Won himself a free staph infection.
Be easy, mang.
There is too much confusion.
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The cost of treatment for staph’ is greater than the cost of having it professionally removed. The cost of treatment for systemic infection is a home equity loan. Your choice, though.
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