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What's the best way to relieve sore oozing sores between my thighs?

What's the best way to relieve sore oozing sores between my thighs?

Skin sores/rash: Skin conditions between the sighs could just be friction burns or viral rashes. Oftentimes, these could become secondarily infected with staph/strep which may fit what you described. Have your physician take a look for the correct diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more

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I popped huge pimple cluster on chin now it's open sore like a crater oozing the skin fell right off?

I popped huge pimple cluster on chin now it's open sore like a crater oozing the skin fell right off?

Details matter: How long since you "popped" this? If it is acne it just needs time to heal. Rinsing with tap water will be good for it. If you have significant acne a dermatologist will help you. ...Read more

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I have a sore on my scalp that is oozing yellowish fluid. It is raised like a scab. What could it be?

I have a sore on my scalp that is oozing yellowish fluid. It is raised like a scab. What could it be?

Boils: That are found on the scalp are annoying and are caused by an infection that occurs in the hair follicles. The best way to get rid of boils is an antibacterial soap which will get rid of all the bacteria. If the condition still persist after 7 days visit your physician for the biopsy test. ...Read more

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Sore that doesn't heal , is oozing clear liquid , has some pus and bleeds some, what is it, how to treat it.It is in a skin fold keeps forming moistur?

Sore that doesn't heal , is oozing clear liquid , has some pus and bleeds some, what is it, how to treat it.It is in a skin fold  keeps forming moistur?

Skin fold wound: This wound requires visualization in order to make a diagnosis. Patients with skin folds are at risk for particular wounds that have a fungal component to them, involve friction, pressure from overhanging fat (pannus), and congestion of venous and lymphatic vessels. One or any of these may be involved. Consider a visit to a wound center. ...Read more

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