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Painful boils after begining adderall

I have reoccuring boils on my back ( shoulder area) inner thigh, gential sac, buttock, and numerous on back of head/neck that have come and gone. Probable 25-30 in all over 3 month period. I pop them myself or have my wife pop them. The root at times leave small to medium holes in the area. When popped it is extreme pain. One on my back (healed)as well as in my sac(currently ) have large solid swealling under the skin . Almost like an object is inside there. When popped its a tan/white puss followed by blood if i press to long. I also take a high dose of adderall and these only happened right after I started my first prescrip. 30/yr old male 6 1 210 lbs 1 pack a day smoker high stress sales career No allergies or medical history of concern
Asked On : Fri, 17 Jun 2011
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get yourself checked for diabetes.
if find positive,control diabetes.
if negative,take a course of antibiotic.
maitai clean & good hygiene.
take balanced & nutricious diet.
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