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Acne like thing on back. No discharge, skin thinning there. Suggest

Hi, I have an acne like thing on my backside (not near to the crack or hole). I'm very sure it is not acne because I've tried poke in with needle and tried to squeeze the 'juice' out. Nothing came out but tiny drop of blood. I think it is a 'meat-like' acne size thing....last time I didn't feel any pain but recently the skin on that 'thing' is becoming thin that's why I feel really uncomfortable especially during cycling. Doctor, do you have any idea what is that? Thanks.
Asked On : Tue, 30 Apr 2013
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There are several acne-like eruptions which develop at a different place and age than do acne. Avariety of leisons from different causes may simulate acne. The causes include simple infections to drug induced ones. The latter decrease when the causal drug is removed. Sometimes biopsies, cultures, serological tests, etc are done to find out the cause. Any way try consulting a doctor to find out the cause of ur problem
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Answered: Tue, 30 Apr 2013
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