How To Treat Boils That Don’t Heal?
….rnI had a boil on my buttocks about 1 year ago…in fact, it had burst and bleeding profusely. However, until now, the boil is still swollen and bleeding. Even if I’m sick, I can’t get up. Please give me a solution, I’ve asked the doctor. But nothing has changed.rnFor your information, I have diabetes. ..because this is so annoying… in advance thank you
In simple terms, boils can be recognized as red bumps filled with pus. Pus itself is an indication of infection where the result of resistance between white blood cells and bacteria will end up becoming pus. Boils are often accompanied by pain and general symptoms such as fever and often recur. Boils are actually one of the skin diseases that can be cured simply, but will be difficult to heal if there are complications. In your case, the main complication is diabetes. Uncontrolled blood sugar will cause infections and wounds to be difficult to heal. Even if cured, then the infection can be very easy to repeat because patients with diabetes tend to have a poor immune system.
At this stage the healing of boils is no longer in a simple way such as using ointments or taking antibiotics. But also with lifestyle changes that improve the condition of diabetes. In this realm, medication is needed (even if you need insulin), to control your blood sugar as well as drugs to cure ulcers. Therefore, we recommend that you check the condition of your ulcers at the same time by controlling your blood sugar at the doctor. Here we attach an article about boils. May be useful.
dr. N. K. Arief