Hi. I have lumps on my face ( skin coloured and only very slightly raised). It is not pimple and you cannot really see it unless you touch it. It is hard underneath the skin. Only on my face. what could it be? thank you
Prof. Rod Sinclair
Prof. Rod Sinclair
Dermatologist
Melbourne
There are lots of possibilities and an expert diagnosis is required. One important possible diagnosis is Angiofibroma which is seen as part of the genetic condition tuberous sclerosis. Another important diagnosis is trichofolliculoma which is seen in Cowden syndrome. I would recommend you see your GP for a referral to see a dermatologist.

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