Pus-filled Lumps On The Skin Of The Back?
why yes … my back skin grew lumps but filled with pus. was that a pimple on my back r n r nAfter the bump was black. my shoulders r n r nHelp the solution u0026amp; how to treat u0026amp; prevent to go anywhere
Thank you for asking HealthReplies.com.
The appearance of pus-filled lumps which then turn black in the back area may indicate some of the following conditions:
Folliculitis (hair root infection) Acne vulgaris (acne, inflammation of the pilosebaceous glands) Molluscum contagiosum (infection of the Molluscum contagiosum virus) Miliaria (prickly heat, blockage and inflammation of the sweat glands) Milia (keratin deposition in the pilosebaceous gland) epidermoid Contact dermatitis with secondary infections Keratoakantoma, etc. Very diverse conditions can underlie this complaint. To be sure, you need to check your skin condition directly to the doctor or dermatologist. Early examination is highly recommended to prevent the spread of complaints to other areas of the body. Usually, just by looking at the clinical appearance of the lump, the doctor can give you the right treatment. However, if deemed necessary, your doctor may also direct you to undergo further tests, for example a biopsy.
Here are our initial suggestions:
Do not squeeze or slough off the bumps that appear Diligent shower, clean well the area of your back using antiseptic soap Dry your body properly after bathing, then dress clean Do not exchange clothes with other people If the lump feels itchy, you can sprinkle salicyl powder first Avoid averse give haphazard treatment to the lump without advice from a doctor. Hope it helps.