I have had this for a couple years now. I am a young adult female. I know for a fact it is not an STD. I have little raised white bumps around my crotch area. if I pick at them like a pimple a little white larva looking thing comes out that is about the size of a grain of rice to barely visible to the naked eye. After them comes some clear liquid then a little bit of really deep red blood. Then the area swells up and eventually goes away. But I have about 10 of them and some more obvious than others. They tend to be kind of sore. I never thought much about them until recently I started getting then on my chest. Not on my breast area but on the spot above them on my ribs. I am really also concerned because I will sometimes have really bad stomach pains that can last for hours or chest pains that make me feel like I'm having a heart attack. I don't know if this has anything to do with it, but I am also slightly anemic. When I stand out I feel like I'm going to pass out sometimes, and I've come close to passing out more often than I'd like. I have had this for as long as I can remember, but lately it seems to be getting worse. I don't remember it when I was little, but it seems to be getting worse as I get older. There was one week it got so bad my hands and feet got really tingly and numb. I also got a little red rash all over my body but it didn't hurt or itch, it was just there. Please help. I tried telling the doctor about it and they but and EKG on my for 24 hours that because I am an athlete and I sweat, it got stuck under that pads and cause my skin to react violently and I had to take it off, and during the time I had it on, nothing happened. Just walking around I sometimes get the feeling of lightheadedness even if i haven't done anything considered wild or out of the usual. Nothing about this is consistent, but it's quite persistent. Please help!Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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