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Clogged pore in the groin area. What is it?

Hello, I've had a clogged pore for weeks if not maybe months, where my underwear rubs, between my thigh and vagina (bikiny area) I had felt like a ball inside I thought it was a pimple or clogged pore but could never squeeze it out. Today I was in the shower and was able to squeeze it out. What came out though was like tissue or like a little ball covered in blood, its soft. It kinda looks like a blood boil. And I feel inside my skin the ball still like if I still could squeeze some more. What can it be?
Asked On : Sat, 20 Apr 2013
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Hi, With your complaints, it seems that the swelling may be due to enlarged lymphnodes.. And it may be due to past infection in groin area or lower extremities. Rule out any internal disease .. anaemia, DM, HIV or other internal diseae...Take antibiotics with anti inflammatory improve immunity take immunobusters. Improve diet. Take good sleep. But consult dermatologist for perfect diagnosis and treatment.. Ok
Answered: Sun, 21 Apr 2013
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