The best way to remove a bullet from your body is to go to a doctor. A doctor has special tools and skills that can make sure you stay as safe and healthy as possible during the removal process.
First, the doctor will use a very strong light to look for the bullet inside your body. They might also use a special scanner to find it.
Once the doctor finds the bullet, they will decide how to remove it. Sometimes, they might use forceps - that's like a pair of tweezers - and very carefully pull the bullet out. Other times, they might make a tiny cut in your skin and use a special tool to remove the bullet.
After the doctor removes the bullet, they will use stitches or a special type of glue to close the area around the wound. This will help keep the area clean until it heals.
Finally, the doctor may give you medicine to help reduce pain and swelling at the site. You may need to take the medicine or go back to the doctor for follow-up appointments.
It's important to go to a doctor if you have been shot or think you have a bullet in your body. They can help you stay safe and get better quickly.