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Okay I've been breaking out on my chest. It does not itch, it does not hurt. Some of these bumps are just red and never form a head. The other are filled with a clear fluid when I try to pop them. Then they scab over. Not all of them though like I said before. I was washing with the St. Ives Blemish Control Apricot Scrub and that seemed to help for about a month but now it's just worse. My dermatologist prescribed Clindmycin, but that just made it worse. The pictures are a few hours after I used the Clindamycin. I notice that some of them are centered around hair follicles? Does follicultis come to a head? Benzoyle Peroxide doesn't seem to help either. I'm not using anything different on my skin, hair, face. 
I also have this weird dark mark after I got a cluster of raised bumps that weren't filled with fluid or anything and just went away. Just the other day it became red again, but I didn't take a picture. 
Any thoughts. I'd be very grateful for a treatment but also if I knew the root cause. 

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Edited by ConcernedEngineer
Didn't really ask a question sorry

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I have the exact same thing although no one on the intire internet can say what it is! I have it on my neck and chest, it doesn't really respond to anything I've tried to treat it with. I think it might be gram negative folliculitis. Good luck!

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