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Diagnosed with chronic auto immune neutropenia. Hard spot on hip, painful to touch, brown liquid when squeezed. Suggestions?

I am a female age 15. I have a hard spot on my right hip that is painful to touch. It is very red it almost looks like a bug bite . I squeezed the spot and brown liquid came out of it. I kept squeezing then blood came out. It still has something in there but it s to painful to squeeze out. What is this? Also I have been diagnosed with chronic auto immune nutrapenia. I get these quite often mostly on my thighs. I have recently gotten one on my neck also but this one is verrrryyyy painful. Please help!!
Asked On : Thu, 6 Dec 2012
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Thanks for your query
i can feel your concerns
Because of your disease i-e autoimmune neutrpenia,you are very much prone to infection.
The function of neutrophils is to fight against forgein bacteria .Because of neutropenia your neutrophils cannot protect your body against bacteria.
now you have got an abscess on your is basically a collection of pus and bacteria.
i advise you to take painkiller like brufen or paracetamol after consulting your doctor

wishing you good health
Answered: Sat, 6 Jul 2013
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