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How can I get rid of a recurring itchy and painful labial bump?

my daughter has had a reocurring labial bump for over 1 year now. She has been tested for herpes , Staph and had a full blood work up done and everything came back negative. She is still suffering with this problem. She has seen her Pediatrician , a GYN and an Infectious disease Dr. who all dont have a diagnosis for us. This bump goes away for a month or 2 but always comes back. It is both itchy and painful and burst and scabs over each time. What could this be?
Asked On : Thu, 19 Apr 2012
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Hi welcome to H.C.M.Forum. it appears to be allergic reaction to material of underpant. or some thing else.
it may be recurring boils. you may haveto get the tests done. culture sensitivity of burst discharge. tc. dc. esr.
lastly filarial infection. for which mid night blood slide test is to be done.
dont worry she will be fine
Answered: Thu, 19 Apr 2012
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