Lancing blood-filled sores
When I get an outbreak, the sores won't heal unless I lance them and let the blood drain out. When a sore first starts, I notice it because it starts itching badly. At that point I lance it and the itching stops. Only a litttle blood drains out from a new sore Sometimes the infection is deeper and the sores feel like there is something hard under the skin. When I lance those, a lot of blood drains out. The doctors don't seem to have any clue about the fact that thes sores all need to be lanced. Once a couple of the sores had an awful stabbing pain in them and One doctor agreed to lance two of them so I had to go home and lance multiple sores myself. Does anyone else have this experience?
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