About three years ago I developed a abcess on my chin and cheek. They grew to about the size of a quarter and filled with puss. I went to the doctor who drained it but could not tell me why I had developed the abcess. I thought this might just be a random occurance and that maybe it would never come back. I thought wrong. Over the course of the past three years I develop GIGANTIC abcesses all over my face. They usually only appear one at a time and will stay there for several weeks. I have gone to SIX different dermatologist and have been prescribed six different leading antibiodics to rid my system of these abcesses. None of the dermatologists have helped me in the least. I go to college full time and I pay for it through modeling, so my face is obviously detrimental to my success. Though most of the dermatologists have drained the abcesses, they all look at my face and are completely baffled. One even said that he would not drain it. I was once cultered to have Clebsiella virus. When I ask the doctors what I can do to prevent these unsightly facial abcesses, they say that I should clean better...which is just ridiculous because I am a very very clean person...I am a model for heavens sake!
In the past few months they have worsened and become more frequent. The first couple of years I would only develop one aout once every 2-3 months and now I get about one every three weeks. My mom gave me a bottle of liquid penicillon to inject into a bump once it begins to show signs that it is an abcess. This worked the first couple of times, but I think my body has become resistant to it. I have this gigantic one to the right of my nose that WILL NOT drain no matter what I do. I have pumped it with penicillon twice and it will not go down and I have punctured it with a very thick hospital needle w/ syringe and no puss whatsoever will come out. I am such a loss of what to do. I have been turned down from jobs because of it and it just looks so awful. If you can provide me any help I would deeply appreciate it. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks!
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