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Spots on inner thigh, releases pus, blood when popped. Solution?

i have these large spot looking things on my inner thigh at the top of both legs i usually have 1 but it seems to spread an when one goes another comes in a different place but the old one leaves a mark!! do you have any idea what this is?? there large usually an soft in the middle causing pain not to bad tho an cant be popped !! but i popped 1 with a pin an puss come out followed by blood ! it went left a mark an another one came in a different place ! i have put like 3-4 stone on in the past 8 month it mite have something to do with that...
Asked On : Sat, 1 Dec 2012
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hello.the descrition you are explaining are typical of furunculosis which is a hair follicle infection. it can be due excessiv sweating or tight clothing.use a broad spectrum antibiotic and mupirocin ointment .apply it on nares ,umblicus and perianal area to decrease recurrences
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