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Why do I get skin abscesses which leave scars ?

I'am Dona.I get skin abscesses very oftenly.And the pigmentation marks and scars never go away.I'am a 16 years old girl. Weight is 56.Height is 153 cm. i am 16 years old. My height is 153 cm. My weight is 56 kg.
Asked On : Wed, 20 Apr 2011
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Dear Dona,
One thing that comes to mind is you get yourself checked for Diabetes. Get two samples checked - one fasting sample and second, two hours after your normal meals.
You may take an antibiotic like a Macrolide for long period of time (15 days).
Use a good antiseptic soap for bathing.
Kindly post your sugar results
Answered: Wed, 20 Apr 2011
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Dermatologist Dr. Bharat Chawda's  Response
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Dona you have not mentioned sites where you get these abscess or boils .You might need a long course of antibiotics in this case.Also you should apply creams like mupirocin not only over these lesions but also over pri-oral area,peri-nasal area and peri-anal area. These are the sources of infection in chronic cases.
As far as marks are concerned ,there are certain group of patients who have tendency to develop pigmentation following a very trivial injury.There are lot of medicated bleaching cream which can be used to reduce them.If marks on the exposed areas then don't forget to use a sun screen daily.

Answered: Thu, 21 Apr 2011
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