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Help, sores on neck, back, arms, thigh.

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • April 9, 2014
  • 07:45 AM

I have had reoccurring sores on my neck, back, arms, face and thighs for going on 3 years. I have been to 2 dermatologists who have no idea what they are and how to treat them. They are so painful, to the point of crying. I do scratch and pick at them only to get out the core or several cores which looks like a clear bullet, almost looks like a hair follicule but it is not. Soon after getting out the little white things, lots of blood loss, and leaving a crater in its wake they finally heal and go away but not without huge scars to replace them and 2 more sores starting up. I am at my wits end. I will go a week with the current sores starting to heal up and then I get a huge breakout and I have 2,3,4,5 sores show up at once. Even if a sore is just starting with a bump and small blister like head they feel like a knife stabbing me with the slightest touch. I have changed all my medications even though I was taking these before this all started. I have taken bleach baths, antihistamines, prescription antibiodic creams, every cream I can buy over the counter, and a million bandaids. I need help please. And NO I am not depressive.

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