I have this reoccuring zit type thing on my inner groin, near my crotch.
You can't see it though. It starts off way under the surface, then about a week later it's "popable", and the size of a nickel. When i pop it, it oozes yellowish puss, followed by clear, then bloodish puss. Lots of it.
The area stays hard for a couple days, then subsides.
Feels like a giant zit that comes to visit 3-4 times a year. Same exact place.
I am in the ocean almost everyday, so maybe it is a moisture/wet shorts on my leg - thing.
Regardless, it's pretty gross, and i just want to know it's not a cancerous tumor or something.
I googled "zit type thing next to crotch" and was given a link to this posting! I've had the exact same thing for about 4 years now and finally have decided to find out what it is and how to make it go away forever. Have you had any luck finding out about it?
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