What Causes Pimples On Lips Of The Vagina And Pimples Under The Eyes?
Good afternoon … r nDoctor, it was not long ago that I had serious boils on the lips of the vagina, not yet fully healed now under my eyes like there were pimples or small boils that might be called nodules in the medical world. The location is right at the bottom edge of the eye, and tapped. Am I indicated as a skin disease? Is it dangerous? And what is the solution. Thank you…
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Boils on your vaginal lips and lumps in your lower eyelid may not be related to each other, although both can occur due to bacterial infections of the skin. Boils or also called boils are an infection condition on the skin caused by Staphylococcus aureus bacteria. This bacterium is a normal bacterium found on the surface of the skin, but can cause infection if previously there was a wound on the skin (although the wound is small and not felt, such as skin scratching). The risk of developing these boils can increase in:
people who have a poor immune system have contact with other people who have skin infections as well (for example, there is a history of exchanging towels or panties) having diabetes has other skin diseases such as dermatitis or eczema. If your boils are very large and painful and do not heal by themselves, you should consult a dermatologist for further evaluation and treatment. If it is very large, the doctor can remove the contents of boils so that boils can heal faster and antibiotics. DO NOT squeeze or prick the boil yourself and don't touch the boils much especially with dirty hands. You can also help speed healing by applying a warm compress to the boil.
Lumps or eyelids or also called hordeolum are bacterial infections of the hair follicles (eyelashes) or the meibomian glands (oil glands) in the eyelids. The risk of this hordeolum can increase if:
You often touch your eyes with dirty hands using contact lenses that have not been washed properly or not washing hands first using cosmetics while sleeping using expired cosmetics or cosmetics that have not been replaced using cosmetic brushes that have never been washed. To overcome your hordeolum, You can compress the lump with a warm compress for 15-20 minutes 3-4 times a day. This condition will usually heal by itself without any therapy. Avoid using cosmetics in the eye area for a while and eliminate the above risk factors.
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