Overcoming Pus In The Former Boils That Have Broken?
At night … I have had ulcers for 4 days, I have solved it myself, but the ulcers did not come out … and on the 6th day, at the edge of the ulcer, there was pus. And my body has a fever.
Hello Jefri24, Thank you for the question.
Boils are red bumps that appear on the skin caused by bacterial infections of the hair follicles which cause inflammation. This infection can cause pus formation. In addition to red bumps, sufferers can experience reddish and warm skin around these lumps that indicate an infection has spread, fever, weakness. Sufferers are not recommended to solve boils because this action can exacerbate infections that have already occurred. If you already have a fever and this boil is still not handled properly, please consult your doctor immediately. Your doctor will do an examination on your boils to determine the next treatment that can be in the form of antibiotics or the procedure to remove this pus by making a small incision on the skin. Treatment will be given by a doctor depending on the severity of your condition.
In the meantime, you can do a warm compress on the boil to help healing. If the pus returns out, please clean it with a warm, damp cloth. Avoid breaking the lump further to avoid further complications.
I hope this helps.