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Blisters in and around the pubic area, blood liquid comes out if popped. What could this be?

I had a blood blister like shoe up at the top of my pubic hair line. the i had one come up in the crease of my leg and pubic area and one big one on the out side edge of the lip of my vagina . there are about 10 or more baby blisters coming up on the lower buttocks and high leg area they have clear and blood liquid when you try to pop them What might this be... YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Wed, 29 Aug 2012
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FUNGAL INFECTION OF SKIN
AS OVER THE SKIN COVERED BY HAIR THERE ARE MORE OILY SECRETIONS CAUSING CYSTS AND THERE INFECTIONS OFF AND OIN
AND DUE TO SWEAT ADDITIONAL FUNGAL INFECTIONS ARE THERE
KEEP SKIN DRY AIRY IN AREA
ADD DOXYCYCLINE 100 MG BD FOR 7 DAYS IF INFECTIONS OFF AND ON AND WHEN NEEDED
ADD EBASTINE 10 MG OD IF ITCH SOS
ADD FLUCONAZOLE 150 ONCE A WEEK FOR 3 MONTHS TO CLEAR THE FUNGUS
APPLY LOCAL OINTMENTS OVER AREAS MIXED ANTIBIOTIOC ANTIFUNGAL AND ANTI ALLERGICS
CAN USE ANTIFUNGAL POWDERS OD OVER AREA
Answered: Mon, 1 Jul 2013
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