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Recurring red bump on the upper thigh with dry skin that on peeling reveals blood blisters. Cause?

After my pregnancy i developed a red bump on my upper right thigh with dry skin over it that when pealed reveals a blood blister of has been there for 1 1/2 yrs now and wont go away no matter what i grows back the same way!! about 3 months ago i noticed another one developing on my hip and is getting larger as in like 1 cm in circumference last wk i noticed another developing on my hand...not sure what this is at all and have no reason to think it might be cancer or std related...i have a hypothyroidism and recently diagnosed insulin resistance as well if that helps..i also take synthroid and protonix daily...plz help
Asked On : Fri, 30 Nov 2012
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Hello i th ink u are suffering from furunculosis which is a kind of hair follicle is due to excessive moistness and tight is cured by antibiotics antiinflamatory agents and mupirocin ointment apply it on nares umblicus to devrease recurrences
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