Causes Of Boils In The Armpits And Sore Eyes?
This afternoon, it’s been a week that I have a lump in my armpit but it doesn’t fester, it seems like a boil without eyes is getting sicker if I drink sanmol the pain goes away so far I have never had this boil for the first time I didn’t know at first why because several days before, I always have dirt and vomit cat kt my people are contaminated with cat feces. What is the medicine to treat boils ..
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Boils are skin disorders characterized by the appearance of red, painful bumps on the skin. This lump occurs due to a bacterial infection that occurs precisely in the follicle or hole where the hair grows.
Of course with that, among the parts of the body that are often affected by boils, hair or fine hairs are common, such as the neck, face, armpits, shoulders, buttocks and thighs. Apart from the fact that there are hair follicles in the area, the area also often experiences friction and sweat, which increases the risk of bacterial infection.
Among the factors that increase the risk of developing boils in a person are:
Experiencing skin problems such as acne, eczema, sores, or irritation Poor hygiene. A weak immune system Being in close proximity or frequent contact with people who have the same condition
Our advice is that you should check your condition with a dermatologist to get certainty about the disease and further treatment that is suitable for you. Your dermatologist will focus more on extracting the history and physical examination to determine the tendency for ulcers to appear on your armpits, or other infections / inflammation. If indicated, you will be asked to do a blood check or check the sample for the lump.
Meanwhile, the steps you are taking by taking paracetamol to relieve pain are correct, and you may continue until you get other treatment from your dermatologist. In addition, avoid touching, squeezing or rubbing the lump, avoid giving chemicals to the lump, and eating healthy foods to increase endurance. Get well soon.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D. Basfiansa