In this case, you should have a contractor check it out.
How To Prevent Drywall Screws From Popping Out
If you’re working on a new drywall project, ensure that the drywall screws aren’t driven too deeply in the wall. They shouldn’t break the surface paper, or they’ll weaken and potentially pop.
The other big thing you can do is control the humidity in your home. Keep humidity levels around 40 to 50%. If a room gets too humid or too dry, it can cause the studs to expand or shrink, which causes screws to loosen and pop out.
How Do You Fix A Popped Out Drywall Screw?
If you’d like to fix a drywall screw pop in your wall, here’s what to do:
Remove the screw
Move the screw two inches down and drive it into the wall with a screwdriver – the screw head should be slightly below the top paper surface.
Pound the removed screw hole with the back of your putty knife and give it a light scraping
Now, fill the holes (the old one where you removed the screw and the new one with the screw) with drywall compound using your drywall knife. The spackle should be slightly higher than the wall.