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Had sex, getting boils on thigh, cheek, knee, pain. What is the reason?

Hi Sir, I had sex wearing a condom with a prostitute. She did mouth job when I wore condom and penetrated with condom, after a week or so I got a boil on my knee . I took antibiotic and vanished after lot of pain and now after 2 months I got another boil just below by cheek which had pus . After it is gone, I got another boil on my thigh, should I worry and see a doctor or is it ok. Please help
Asked On : Mon, 11 Mar 2013
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Radiologist 's  Response
Apr 2014
Thanks for query

Recurrent boil on different body sites is not related to your history of sex.
You had protected sex .so, don't worry about that.
You get your random blood sugar checked, as diabetes mellitus is one of the causes of recurrent boils.other causes of recurrent boil are obesity and hematological disorders.
Recurrent boil may be due to the reason that you or someone in your family is carrier of staphylococcal bacteria. Get rid of it by proper antibiotics..

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Dr.Indu Bhushan
Answered: Fri, 19 Jul 2013
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