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It might help if you wrote a few more details about how and in what circumstances these sores arose, but being honest it wouldn't help me that much. For example, were you confined to bed for a few days with illness or you work in a field that leaves you very hot and sweaty in your jocks.
If you were to get a bad outbreak of herpes sores, then they most likely would not appear 55 days after your last sexual encounter, but in the first few days.
There are many things it could be and I feel fungus is a reasonable candidate. Bacterial issues, such as staph also produce lesions such as your pictures reveal.
I was able to go to work all last week. I didn't notice any changes in my health. Last Sunday was when I was surprised to notice these bumps. I'm currently taking an antibiotic for my acne. I'm not sure if that had anything to do with the healing. I'll let you know what my test results are. Thank you for taking the time to write your responses.
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