Association Of Axillary Ulcers With Bronchitis?
Morning … I want to ask if the boil in the armpit can be affected by bronchitis ??? Because I have bronhitis but I never had ulcers for the first time this is my first time? thank you
Hello, thank you for your question.
Boils are red, pus-filled bumps. Boils appear due to a bacterial infection that triggers inflammation. In the armpit area, boils often occur in the area of the armpit hair follicles. Apart from being reddish bumps, other symptoms such as pain, feeling warm, and visible white spots. If the boil is large enough and causes other symptoms such as fever, then this condition requires treatment by a doctor.
Bronchitis is inflammation of the bronchi, namely the air passages that lead to the lungs. Bronchitis is generally caused by a viral or bacterial infection of the respiratory tract. Bronchitis is not associated with ulcers on the armpits, although they can both be caused by a bacterial infection.
Risk factors for boils in the armpits include poor hygiene, direct contact with boils, suffering from diseases that cause a decrease in the body's immune system, and frequent skin problems. Most often boils are triggered by a lack of personal hygiene.
To treat boils at home, there are several suggestions that you can do, including:
Compress boils with warm water, at least three times a day. This method will reduce pain and speed up the pus to collect.
If the pus has gathered, the boil will burst on its own. Do not break boils by force using tools that are not guaranteed sterility.
The boil that has broken is then cleaned with gauze and 0.9% NaCl solution (commonly used for intravenous fluids). You also use alcohol or an antiseptic when you first clean the boil that has broken.
The boil that has been cleaned is covered with a clean bandage. Change the bandage if it looks dirty or wet.
Don't forget to keep your skin clean by bathing regularly and washing your hands regularly with soap.
If the boil is large enough (more than 5 cm), the boil appears in several places, the boil grows from one to one place, does not heal, causes fever and recurs frequently, do not hesitate to consult a doctor.
To add information, you can read articles about boils at https://www.HealthReplies.com/bisul
That's the information I can convey, hopefully it's useful.