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Hi, thank you for your response. I wonder if they are of the same cause. I was referred to a dermatologist, who seemed very thorough, she carried out loads of blood tests (and I mean loads, even called me in for more blood tests) and 2 skin biopsies. My only regret about the skin biopsies was that I was called in at short notice, after I’d asked to be given notice because I wanted them to biopsy a ‘virgin’ sore, if you like, that had developed where I hadn’t removed the initial top and the plastic/gel formation(s) and all that goes with it. Unfortunately there were no sores available which were in their original state.
She said they couldn’t find anything untoward that was causing it and that she’d even spoken to the pathologist again to make sure (I couldn’t believe it! . . . and you’ll understand why, as I post more of what I found).
Really, antibiotics were successful, that’s great, I’d be interested to know which one and, you said you had to take it a looong time, so just how long did you have to take it before you noticed a difference and, before you stopped taking it ?