Hair Loss Appears Boils And Pus Comes Out.?
Hello, I am 25 years old, a short story, I have a boil in my head since I was 20, but this boil sometimes appears, sometimes it disappears when it appears very painful and sometimes it causes pus what causes it? Even though I have kept my hygiene clean and doctors have previously said that it is a hormone and could be thought is there a solution to deal with it? Thank you
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Pimples on the head that feel pain can be caused by boils, it can also not. Ulcers themselves occur due to inflammation of the hair roots due to bacterial infections, especially the bacterium Staphylococcus aureus. This condition is prone to occur in people who come into contact with others who suffer from other similar bacterial infections, diabetics, people with weak immune systems (for example due to HIV or malnutrition), as well as people with certain skin conditions (for example acne or atopic dermatitis).
If you only look at the physical appearance, most ordinary people find it difficult to distinguish boils from many other conditions, for example acne, cutaneous candidiasis, impetigo, contact dermatitis, miliaria, atopic dermatitis, scabies, and so on. Therefore, do not rush to diagnose festering nodules as boils. If it turns out that the ulcer is not the cause, of course the treatment can be different from ordinary boils.
You should check your complaint to the doctor or dermatologist for a more thorough evaluation, is it true that your condition is caused by ulcers, or is there another cause. Mild conditions will often improve enough with the administration of topical drugs. However, more severe cases may require further management, such as administration of oral medication or even surgery.
At this time, we suggest that you make the following efforts:
Do not hold nodules and scalp with dirty ones
Wash regularly, wash your hair using a shampoo that matches your hair type, then rinse thoroughly before drying
Do not use headgear made of thick and rough, do not also exchange headgear with others
Reduce the activities that cause your head to sweat excessively, for example, activities in the sun
Do not squeeze the pustules that appear festering
Drink plenty of water
Always improve personal hygiene and the environment around you
Hope this helps ...