The Boil Is Already Big But The Pus Won’t Come Out?
In the morning … I mean, there are boils ne boils, it’s a little big, it hurts, I can’t sleep … the pus doesn’t come out … what do you do to get it out?
Hello Nicky Angelina, Thank you for the question.
Boils are red bumps that arise on the skin due to a bacterial infection in the hair follicles. This red bump on the skin contains pus and pain. The skin around boils can also turn red, become swollen, and feel warm. The size of boils can increase in size if the infection gets worse. Not infrequently, boils can also cause fever. Boils can occur if the body's hygiene is not maintained properly, direct contact with sufferers, have low immunity, or experience other skin problems.
Treatment at home that you can do is to do warm compresses on boils for 10 minutes, and can be repeated as often as possible, to help deal with boils. You are not recommended to solve the ulcer yourself because it can worsen the infection. You can take paracetamol to reduce pain for a while. If these boils are large enough and do not improve for more than 2 weeks, you should consult with your doctor further. The doctor needs to examine the condition of your skin directly so the doctor can decide on the treatment that suits your condition. Treatment that can be recommended by a doctor can be in the form of surgery to remove pus, antibiotics can be in the form of ointments or tablets, and pain relievers.
Hopefully this information helps you.