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Recurring red bumps on skin, extremely painful, oozes blood and pus on popping. What could it be?

i have this red like bump lookin thing on my arm an its not the first time ives had it, ive had it on y legs an thighs before an i have no clue what it is but they keep appearing an theyre very painful when i touch them but after like poke it with something sharp in a certin spot it will leak thick puss and blood its gross. an it dosnt hurt after i squeeze it all out.
Asked On : Sun, 30 Sep 2012
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
like acne
your skin is oily and oil causes these symptomps
keep dry skin
no oily greesy food
no mustrd coconut walnut groundnut soya oil
only olive for applying and olive for cooking
use ointments creams shampos and soaps without milk and nuts
take doxitab 100 mgm bd for 3 months
tab methotrextate 2.5 mgm wkly dose
applycalamine on body and clidac a gel mixed with little mometasone
see results in 3 months u are out of this disease
Answered: Mon, 1 Oct 2012
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