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    painful bumps on my finger
    sasbailey posted:
    they started about 6 months. when they first come up they look like little red bumps and they dont hurt at first after a cuple days they start to itch and then they get very painful to touch and they get white on the top they kind of look like ant bites to me but i have not been in any ants. they go away after about a month and then they come back. i went to a doc and they sent off a culture and they said they had no idea what they were and to keep a bandaid on them and some neosporin. i hope my pic helps i would really like to know what they are and/or why i get them?<a href=";current=100_1391_zpsbefba551.jpg " target="_blank"><img src=" " border="0" alt="Photobucket"></a>

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