My fiancee has these pockets of puss inside his earlobes, up the back of his ears, and on his neck and head just behind his ears. He's had them since he was about 18 (as far as he remembers) and he's now 33. He doesn't have medical insurance and can't afford to see a doctor about this.
I do my best to squeeze the puss from his ears and keep them clean and disinfected. If I don't squeeze the stuff out, the pockets grow larger and cause cysts (not to metional a terrible smell). Sorry to be so gross, but the goo and puss that comes out of his ears is so disgusting, the smell alone would make a wearer woman faint. Often, the pressure inside his ears is so great, that the nasty stuff squirts me in the face.
I feel so bad for him, but I don't know what else to do about it. Does anyone know what causes this? Any suggestions that don't involve us having to pay a doctor?
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