Hello, my anme is Brenda im 17 years old and i have pimples under my arms and between my legs. Ive had them ever since i can remember. When i look back at baby pictures with my arms up, i can clearly see that i didnt have them. So i know this is something i developed over the years. My pimples only come out some times, its hard to discribe but ill try. Right now if i lifted my arms you would see scars, but in a week or two the scares will rise into pimples. Ive been to many doctors and it hasnt helped. One doctor pointed out that all my pimples are in a line. Another told me not to shave, but as i cheerleader that cant happen. Ive been given antibiotics but nothing seems to work. This is something im getting really scared of because no one has the answers i need. At football games i have to apply makeup to my armpits just so people wont see them, please someone help!!
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