How To Deal With Boils That Often Appear?
I want to ask, so a few days ago I had a boil on the right thigh but then it didn’t collapse, and the boil on the left thigh until it broke out on its own and caused a cold fever. After that healed now, boils appear again on the right again, but different from the previous position. That’s why and how do I treat it? Thank you
Thank you for the question.
Ulcers are often characterized by lumps that feel painful, warm when touched, reddish, accompanied by a whitish peak because they contain pus. These ulcers occur when there are inflammatory hair roots, mainly due to bacterial infections. Bacteria often enter the roots of the hair through open sores on the skin, including bites from insects, which are not treated properly.
Your risk of recurrent boils can increase if your personal hygiene is not maintained optimally. Poor immune system, contact with other skin infection sufferers, as well as previous inadequate treatment of boils can also make boils always recur and recur.
Although not always dangerous, obviously these recurrent ulcers can be very disturbing for sufferers. Therefore, you should first resolve your condition in the following ways:
Warm compresses boils on your body, do not over-hold, especially until squeezed, stabbed, or given drugs carelessly
Take a clean and diligent shower, clean the area around the ulcer as optimal as possible
Do not carelessly exchange toiletries, towels, clothes and any personal items with others
Increase endurance, by consuming a variety of nutritious foods, drinking more water, and living a healthy lifestyle
If the boils still do not improve or continue to recur after completing the steps above, do not hesitate to check yourself directly to the doctor or dermatologist to look for further solutions.
I hope this helps.