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Black-purple bumps on stomach, white substance comes after squeezing, spots turns to hole and gets inflamed

I have had these black-purple bumps on my stomach for years now. they do not itch . They are just under the skin , you cannot squeeze them until the end of what i like to call their cycle. When that happens, if i do squeeze them, a sac/ seed like gray/white substance with a black tip comes out, the spot then becomes a hole and it gets inflamed. Help please, i do not know what these are i have tried going to doctors heard different things but none have helped. They are all over my stomach/abdominal region; recently some on my back.
Asked On : Fri, 18 May 2012
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Hi i think u are suffering from sebaceous cysts or black comedomes.rarely sebaceous cysts come in groups and black comedomes will not be presrnt on abdomen but both will release cheesy white material on squeezing.first try azalic acid topical application twice daily for 10 days .if no response try excisionof the lotion in total
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