What Ulcers Boil The Sign Will Heal?
My mom is 42 years old and she has ulcers about 2 weeks ago in her stomach, at first only one enlarged made a blue around the boil, then it got bigger and my mom gave antibiotic ointment like that, after that it turned out that there were 5 boils gathered together and one initially not festering. after my mama routinely applied antibiotic ointment, the boils had started to fester but like a hollowed like that there was still pus too. what is that? does it lead to recovery? Thank you in advance..
Hello Claa Kaa Pee, thank you for asking with HealthReplies.com.
Ulcers are a result of bacterial infections in the skin and are marked by bumps on the skin that are usually red in color and have a collection of pus. Some causes of your complaint include:
Folliculitis (infection of hair follicles) Furuncle / carbuncle Impetigo Abscess Dermatitis An overgrowth of boils over 5 cm or boils that have gathered into one can be a serious problem. You should check with a dermatologist. Doctors need more in-depth questions and answers about your history, physical examination, direct view, other supporting examinations in order to resolve your complaint. The use of antibiotics should be in accordance with the indications or recommendations of your doctor, the use of antibiotics that are not right will make germs become resistant (resistant) to antibiotics. If the boil is too big your doctor will perform the action or dissect the boil and the duct to expel the pus.
Some things you can do to get ulcers include:
Compress boils with warm water at least three times a day. Scan scratching on the area of the boil because it can cause irritation and other infections. Maintain cleanliness of the body and wound area. Clean the broken boils or with gauze, alcohol or anti-bacterial soap and cover it with clean gauze. Get plenty of rest and eat nutritious foods. Use antibiotics as indicated by your doctor's advice. Hopefully this information can be useful.