About 5 days ago I noticed these white lumps on my left torso, they do not itch, they do not burn, they do not hurt...they are just there.
Not pictured is one that is lower and I tried to see if there was puss or something inside, nope, they are just these lumps that are white (they look a bit pinkish now because I went for a long walk) but they are white, nothing inside that came out when I investigated inside one.
Any ideas, suggestions? I am putting antibiotic/anti-microbe cream on them three times a day but there has been no change.
I am a 29 year old white male, I do not have any known illnesses, I am healthy, exercise here and there (runs and weights at home), take microbiotic vitamins, fatty oils (omega 3-6-9) and drink lots of water, eat plenty of fiber and nutrients, meat sometimes, eat greens and healthy grains (bread is almost absent from my diet) no junk foods, no fried foods, I drink socially and when I do I have a few cigarettes.
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