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Constant blister like bumps on the inner thigh, do a lot of walking daily and work under hot and humid conditions. Is it worrisome?

I want to preface this question to let you know that I live in a big city and do a lot of walking as well as work in the kitchen of a restaurant so it is always super hot and humid. I have a bump that looks blister/ boil like on my inner thigh that refuses to heal and hasn t popped thanks to my circumstances. Is this something that should be seen by a doctor immediately?
Asked On : Tue, 17 Jul 2012
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Hi constant blister in the inner thigh can be is infection of the hair is due to uncleanliness or due to excessive sweating.first treat the furuncle with antibiotic twice daily .anti inflammatory agent twice daily and application of t bact ointment twice daily can cure prevent recurrences sprinkle absorb dusting powder daily to prevent sweating
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