It strated off with a couple on my back. They look like a bubble with air in them. They are not painful except once in a while they will itch and when I scratch it I tear the skin and it leaks a clear fluid that has a sticky consistency when it dries up. The skin underneath is bare and it really stings when up against my clothing. I have gotten these all over my body, the most affected area is my inner thighs. What could be causing this?
I also forgot to mention that I am om Tetracycline and Diprolene to treat Pyoderma of the Scalp ( of which I don't know how I got ). I've been on Diprolene for 4 months now, can this be a side affect from it?
I have a problem simmular to skin bubbles,
but mine has been here for 5weeks and know one knows what it is.
well it all started like a blister on my thumb and it felt like
stick pins sticking me. and it would bust open and run clear stuff out of it. went to the dr. this week and friday I am going
to have a deep biopsy done on my thumb. hope some one could tell
me something. my family Dr. thought that it was the shingles.
but wasn't. it hurts all the time and raw and painful could some one give me advise on this matter.
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