Red Lump When After Squeezing Boils?
Morning, I want to ask, last month I was hit by boils and advice from the mother if the boils are pressed so that they heal quickly, as a result, boils do go flat but after that a new red bump appears that seems to contain fluid. Please provide information, about how to get rid of it. Thank you
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Boils are bacterial infections of the skin, and are usually characterized by reddish lumps that contain fluid or pus. The liquid or pus is actually white blood cells that gather in the area to both fight bacterial infections that occur.
In your case, the actual boils should not be squeezed or solved, this is because a ruptured boil will open the way for other infections to occur. Another case with boils that are broken by itself because it is time, or boils that are solved by doctors through certain medical procedures that prioritize sterility and cleanliness.
Therefore, it is possible that the new red bump is another infection that we mentioned earlier. To overcome this, this time check yourself with a general practitioner or surgeon, so that you can do further examination and treatment of your condition. If you are afraid of surgery, no problem, you can tell your doctor to find another solution together.
In the meantime, do not touch or squeeze the lump or any other boil the next time you experience it. Keep it clean and dry, and for the pain may be compressed warm and may consume over-the-counter pain relievers by reading the rules of use listed. So, hopefully answering your question.