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Sexual intercourse, small lumps under skin on inner thighs, blisters filled with blood, recurring condition. Causes?

Im 16 years old. i m have only had sex with 2 boys, both using protection. but even before i had sex or had done anything sexual i had pea size lumps underneath my skin on my inner thing/underwear line. In the passed year some have formed as blisters and in most case they are filled with blood . they are never on my vagina , only my inner things. they become painful/itchy and make it hard to walk at times. i do shave, but i don t think its an ingrown hair or anything like that as these bumps come and go every few weeks. im really worried.
Asked On : Sun, 3 Feb 2013
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Hi thanks for your question.
The lumps on your inner thigh which comes and goes filled with blood and giving you pain most probably could be boils (infection of hair follicles) .The other possibilty could be small abrasions which you might be getting from tight under garments with super added infection.I would suggest you to consult a physician who may be able to examine you and let you know what exactly these lumps are?Accordingly he/she may prescribe you drugs.
You may need a course of antibiotics.
Hope this answers your question
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