Causes Of Boils During Late Pregnancy?
what causes boils to grow after late pregnancy
Good afternoon, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Boils are skin disorders in the form of red, painful bumps on the skin, and inside there is pus. This lump appears preceded by a bacterial infection that triggers inflammation. Regarding your question, this condition likely has no effect on your pregnancy. Among the causes of boils are:
Contact with boils
Have dirty wounds
Cleanliness is not maintained
Experiencing skin problems such as acne or eczema
Have a low immune system
So our advice, check your condition with a dermatologist to determine first whether it is a boil or not, and the second is to be given a safe drug. Because even if there is an effect of pregnancy, it is more on the choice of drug, not as a cause for its appearance.
Meanwhile, what you can do at home is compress the boil with warm water, and keep it from breaking, especially by force. If the boil breaks, clean it with gauze and antibacterial soap. Don't forget to cover the boil with a sterile cloth. Change the bandage between 2-3 times a day, and keep it clean by washing your hands regularly. If you have pain, take over-the-counter pain medications and pay attention to the rules of use, especially the safe part for pregnant women. If you are confused, just consult a doctor immediately. So, hopefully it answers your question.
dr. Amadeo D. Basfiansa