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Have Skin lumps. When squeezed have pain. Seems to be a sebaceous cyst. Treatment?

All of a sudden Ive has random under the skin lumps appearing. One on my inner Labia I have tried to pop it but nothing happens. Another on my groin area under the skin which nothing happens when
I squeeze just alot of pain I had recently went to the doctors who took a quick glance and in a minute said the one I showed her was a sebaceous cyst.
A few days later another appeared under my skin on my butt. I didn't think sebaceous cysts could just appear like this out of nowhere. Do you know what this could
Asked On : Sun, 21 Jul 2013
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Lump you have in inner labia might be due to sebaceous cyst now becomes infected and giving rise to enlarge lymph nodes in groin.
Another lump on butt might be due to ingrown hair follicle infection.
Go for one course of antibiotic after consulting your doctor.
If there is infection in sebaceous cyst, get it removed with sac.
Ok and take care.
Answered: Sun, 21 Jul 2013
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