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Painful bumps on chin, lips, nose, face. On ampicillin. Help?

Yes....I have two questions please.......the first one is I have painful bumps that get big appear on my chin ,over my lip,in my nose ,face that go away when I take ampicillin .....but when I stop taking it they reappear even worser......also I have pearly penile papulesremoval and would like to know how I go about getting them removed when I have no insurance.
Asked On : Fri, 29 Mar 2013
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General Surgeon 's  Response
As per your query,it looks like you developed infection over face.
But,consult your dermatologist/physician and get Herpes excluded.
IF at all it is daignosed as bacterial infection,take a proper antibiotic which makes them disappear completely.
Regarding penile lesions,you should take the advice of dermatologist.Somelesions can be removed by chemicals,some by electrocautery.But,confirm the disease first.
Wish you good health
Answered: Wed, 19 Jun 2013
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