Hi and thanks for the query,
Its important always in medical that where we find pus, the pus should be drained. It would be very appropriate therefore for the pus in your case to be drained. where you deserve anti biotics or not depends on a series of factors. the intensity of the infection and persistence or recurrence of signs of inflammation after drainage
. Clinical appreciation of intensity might be needed to orient the type, the quality and the duration of the anti biotherapy to be administered. If its really that bothersome, consulting your family care physician is an excellent idea.