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Thank you so much for sharing! It's a tremendous help. I've had this reoccurring bump near my pantie line area. The bump is typically no bigger than the size of a dime. It would occur before my menstrual & even during. It would be painful the first few days then slowly but surely the pain would subside and the bump would dissappear. My outbreaks started at 16 & I delt with them consistently nearly every month. Until I turned 20 & started birth control. I did not witness another outbreak until I stopped taking birth control & became 6months pregnant with my daughter at 23. After my pregnancy I began birth control again and witnessed no out breaks but low&behold I've stopped taking birth control & The pest is back again full force I've actually noticed it alternates which inner thigh it would like to swell on now so I'm wondering if it progressively gets worse or spreads with age because it only used to be one in the same spot now it interchanges.
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I've never even attempted to pop mine! Just the thought of that kind of pain makes me wince.
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I have this problem too. It started with one that became infected. I had it surgically "removed". The dr said it was a cyst. However, every month like clockwork I now get another lump about a centimeter up. This has been happening for about a year now. I have been on keflex for ten days three different times, doxycycline for 8 weeks to stop the outbreak and bactrim for ten days. The antibiotics cause their own issues and this month I have developed another lump anyways.
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I think it has a lot to do with toxicity in our bodies. We have a ton of hormones especially right before a period and the only way out from the inside is to get out through a boil. Your skin is the biggest organ in your body. If you're full of free radicals and overloaded with too many hormones than the body tries to get rid of it...by the way of a boil. Some have many..like 3 to 8 of them at a time. The bacteria is very dangerous...WASH HANDS GOOD!!!!! A lady from my town had one and didn't wash her hands well and the doctors believed that when she picked her nose or just itched it, the bacteria got up and into her brain. She eventually had a massive stroke and laid paralyzed in a nursing home for 22 years before she died. So be careful!!! I'd wear latex gloves to express the boil when it's ripe. Also, peroxide injections(kids medicine measure syringe) after you open it up and drain it will keep it from coming back. Just get that peroxide down in it as deep as possible and flush it several times....The bacteria dies immediately when peroxide gets to it..so flush the carbuncle/boil well with peroxide!!!!! Also, if you catch it early early...you can use clearacil or some other zit medicine with benzoil peroxide and it will keep it from poping up as a boil and stay as a zit..make a thick dot of clearacil over the beginning of one and place a bandaid over it... the beginning boil..... Good luck!!!! P.S. boils are known to tunnel as well.....

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I get these all the time right around the bottom of my buttcheeks and pantyline area when I'm about to be on my period... I really hate this it's very uncomfortable and embarrassing... glad to know I'm not alone
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I use a cup and still get it. I do use light days pads - but I vary the brand and it's still an issue.
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You don't have to cut them open...by using a tag with hot water as hot as you can bear and soaking it as soon as you feel it coming up prevents it or even causes it to go away without popping it
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I found out the very same thing. I have been going through this for about 2 years now. Mine come in a few spots primarily my armpits. I also get the occasionally on my thighs. But only about a week before my cycle. It's bad because I have trouble with my range of motion during that time until it pops and drains. However the one on my thighs never drain it just fades. I was told by my doctor that there isn't much I could do. I'm no longer worried because I have great hygiene. The only know fix is menopause. So I guess I'll be a little patient. Hopefully not long my 40
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I have a red bruises that appears on my legs, may be due to my menstrual period. but my problem is, it never fades. somebody can help me?
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I have crohns disease also and taking steroids. I get these painful boils only during my period, but really irritates my crohns.
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What a relief, i get these things on my vagina near the bottom, every time its that time of the month, i thought i was rubbing too hard during showers, its so painful, now i use boil ease it stops pain instantly and neosporin . Im sorry for us all this is so painfull.
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I am 46 y.o. since I was a teenager every once in a while maybe 3-4 times a year I would get a huge what I considered pimple on my inner thigh. It would eventually pop, but was so painful to walk. I still get the same pimple different location 3-4 TIMES A YEAR every time before my menstrual cycle.I always get a pimple somewhere on body, only that sometime it becomes huge, to the size of a golf ball. But it always pops. And always with blood. This has to be related to my cycle.
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I always get a pimple somewhere on my body 1 week before my period. Sometime it's small but other times they just grow to the size of a golf ball. I CAN get them between my legs, near my buttocks , or on my back. They grow so huge that at times I can't walk, if on my back I can't sleep. I never needed a doctor they pop on their own , but the ones i had on my thigh near my bikini line have left a scar, I have got use to them but no one ever believes me when I say this is related to the time of my month.
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I hear you and feel for you. I have been having the same thing since I was 16. I am now 46 and still having the same problems. I do not get them every month but I do get a pimple somewhere on my body. I've never been regular and seeing a pimple has always let me know my cycle is coming soon. Sometime there are small, but at times they are so huge depending where they are they limit me. Movement become especially painful, sitting is excruciating, standing is difficult, but they always pop on their own. But they always leave a scar. I'm tried of hearing it's a ingrown hair, it's not it has to do with my monthly cycle and something has to be done.
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Same exact thing here, it's just very annoying and worrisome. Especially if you dont know the reason why they occur.
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