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Small, hard lumps in abdominal area, stringy white substance on popping. IUD removed. Causes?

For a few months I have had these small, hard bumps on my abdominal area which have a stringy, white substance. A couple of months ago, one of them actually grew very large and had to be lanced. They will not go away despite multiple antibiotics , cleansers, and creams. Also, they thought that it might have been associated with the IUD I had placed but I have not had that in for 3 months. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.
Asked On : Tue, 22 Jan 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Dec 2012

Thank you for posting on HCM

At this point I will suggest that your doctor samples a specific ( biopsy) and sends to the lab for analysis. Determine the type of bumps could be essential in effectuating treatment. We could be dealing with multiple abscess caused by atypical germs ( which will require specific antibiotics) or septic benign tumors that might require complete surgical excision. Malignancy is possible.

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Answered: Tue, 22 Jan 2013
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