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Res spot on cheek with smelling pus coming out. Treatment

hi, a couple of months ago, i got this lil red type spo on my cheek where the jawbone is, i popped it and smeely yellowish puss came out followed by blood , it went down then couple of days inflamed again, with the same smelly stuff coming out, it start like a round spot, but now its more like a scar a pupleish coloured scar, its now not round its like the shape of a match, that seems to be getting longer, also a little one has appeared under my chin just below my ear, again with fowl smelling stuff coming out, what is this please
Asked On : Thu, 28 Feb 2013
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Hi ! Possibly you have got a sebaceous cyst which is getting infected frequently causing pain, and the bad smelling discharge. In my opinion you should show yourself to a surgeon in your area who will be able to solve your problem.
Good luck.
Answered: Sat, 8 Jun 2013
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