Recently, about 4 days a go I noticed a pimple on my breast on the medial bottom quadrant right underneath my areola. It seemed like a white head pimple. I didn't make much of it, and continued to exercise. Now, yesterday before going to take a shower, I noticed pus coming out of it along with blood. I did put on neosporin, but it continues to hurt even without my pressing it. At the present moment the local area has clotted. And no pus has come out since then. Should I worry? I have tried to upload a picture of it for further assistance. I would really appreciate the further guidance. Thank you!
I am 22 yrs old. Ever since it started to pus I have started wear lose clothes.
Immediately, I did do a self exam, and there's nothing abnormal.
At the moment what I have done is cleaned the area, placed neosporin on it and on top of that I have put turmeric powder.
Last night I did that along with taking 2 Tylenols, since the area hurt without my touching. This morning the surrounding area's redness has decreased, along with little to no pain even when I touch it.
Thank you very much for your kind support and response!
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