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scabs

I have been diagnosed with gonorhea a couple days ago, ive had it for 10 days though. I have these ***** things on my face that really scabs up and its just a bunch of scabbed up yellow stuff the biggest one is right under my bottom lip and is the size of a dime just about.  anyways my question is are my better of just taking my meds and washing my face and not picking the scabs or at all or should i pick the scabs and lets all that juice ooze out its so tempting. I would think that its unhealthy to just let the puss scab up and sit on my face when i go to wash my face with soap it might partially come off but doesnt really budge much . so my question is what do i do with these things on my face?


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don't pick at them.

see your doctor or a dermatologist about this.

grace
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thanks hun
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