Boils On The Face, Swollen And Bursting Out Of Blood?
Hello doctor, I had a boil on my face but continued to swell as wide as 2-3cm there were two eyes boils after rupture felt pain around the ulcers, after pus came out, but then continued to swell also accommodate pus
Good afternoon, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Boils are a disease characterized by the appearance of red bumps on the skin, feel pain, and contain pus. Boils can occur anywhere on the body, and usually occur due to a bacterial infection that triggers inflammation in the hair follicles, or where hair grows. So, every part covered with hair, boils may appear, such as face, neck, armpits, shoulders, buttocks and thighs.
The main cause of this condition is a bacterium called Staphylococcus aureus. This bacterium is commonly found on the skin and in the human nose, and can cause ulcers if supported by the following risk factors:
Someone often contact with people with boils
Poor skin hygiene
Having a weak immune system
History of being bitten by an insect or having a wound whose cleanliness is not maintained
Have other skin problems such as skin breakouts and eczema
In your case, boils that have ruptured with pus and blood but still swell and pain can occur because the rupture is still incomplete and the factors causing the emergence have not been fully treated. Our advice, you should check with your general practitioner first for further examination of your condition. Your doctor will likely give you medication in the form of ointments and oral medication, and if judged to require specialist treatment, your doctor will determine whether to refer you to a dermatologist or surgeon.
Meanwhile, keep your skin clean, do not solve the ulcers themselves, do not apply drugs that are not in accordance with the doctor's recommendations, do not touch it, and immediately check yourself. So, hopefully answering your question.