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Scratched while masturbating, itchy, turned into boil. What it may be?

Hi, this is embarrassing, I masturbate sometimes and I accidentally scratch myself and leave nail marks. This last time I thought the itchiness might of been from that but then it turned into a boil (I ve had them before I usually just squeeze them) , the boil went after a while but every now and then it felt itchy.. It started to itch a little more today so I looked down and it looks like a scar with the smallest pimple next to it and its pretty itchy, any clue as to what it may be?
Asked On : Fri, 8 Mar 2013
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hello
welcome to healthcare magic forum
first you have bacterial infection due to scratching .
there might chance of dermatitis which cause itching .
dry skin also produce itching
you need to apply antibiotic in cream form three times a day .
for itching you can take tab allegra once a day
if problem persist better to consult dermatologist
i hope i answered your question
Answered: Fri, 8 Mar 2013
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