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What Is The Proper treatment for boils?

A: To treat a boil you should apply a wet and very warm compress, such as a wascloth, to the area several times a day. The boil will raise to a head after awhile and then you gently squeeze it until all white material is out. Hotpack the affected area 2-3 times a day until the boil comes to a head and begins to drain. Wash the area with mild soap, keep as dry as possible, and don''t pick at it. Most boils will begin to drain in a couple days. If this doesn''t work or pain persists, a doctor may need to drain it. boils are commonly caused by skin bacteria and can be treated with local hygiene such as washing with soap water and a dilute solution of hydrogen peroxide that is available over the counter. If accompanied by fever an antibiotic...


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What Is The Proper treatment for boils?

A: To treat a boil you should apply a wet and very warm compress, such as a wascloth, to the area several times a day. The boil will raise to a head after awhile and then you gently squeeze it until all white material is out. Hotpack the affected area 2-3 times a day until the boil comes to a head and begins to drain. Wash the area with mild soap, keep as dry as possible, and don''t pick at it. Most boils will begin to drain in a couple days. If this doesn''t work or pain persists, a doctor may need to drain it. boils are commonly caused by skin bacteria and can be treated with local hygiene such as washing with soap water and a dilute solution of hydrogen peroxide that is available over the counter. If accompanied by fever an antibiotic...


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what is the treatment for boils under armpits?

A: boils on the armpits are known to be extremely painful especially when they are not correctly treated. boils under the armpits and groin are not only painful but in some cases they are also known to cause a fever. In fact a chronic infection of armpit boils may even disrupt ones day to day activities. boils are of different types and they only differ from one another in terms of their location, nature of how they developed as well as their formation. One of the most common armpit boils causes is a condition known as folliculitis. Folliculitis is a process wherein the follicles of hair tend to are infected by bacteria. Folliculitis could...


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what is the best treatment for boils or carbuncles

A: Carbuncles and boil treatment Make use of an application of damp cloth pads or packs over the affected areas. Cover the boils with the moist packs three to four times a day. This will cause the carbuncle to drain off easily without causing further infection or pain. The region surrounding the infection must be cleansed with a gentle soap solution and washed off with cool water three to four times a day. Use a little propyl alcohol dabbed on a cotton wool pad to disinfect the surrounding region of the carbuncle. By doing so, the infection will lessen and help in faster healing of the boil. Moreover the area around the boil will not get prone to further infections. Grind cumin seeds to a fine pulp in water and make a thick paste. Apply...
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Can You Tell Me The treatment for boils On Vagina?

A: I think what you are referring to as boils, may be something as serious as genital warts. boils in the genital area can be an indication of an infection such as the HPV( human papilloma virus) that is transmitted sexually. You need to see a gynecologist about it as soon as possible. Although, it''s not something incurable but it is a virus and does need treatment. Your doctor will prescribe ointments or oral medication which will make the boils vanish in a few days. I''m not sure that it''s that but it''s always better to be careful and so you should see a doctor about it as soon as you can. Good luck!...
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treatment for boils

A: sudocream (or pssobly spelt sudocrem) supposed to work, also soemthing an o ld remedy my mum used. thick back gunk and i think it was called ''coal tar'' There is a paste you can get from the chemist, it is sold in a little jar but for the life of me I cannot remember it''s name sorry.But I am sure if you ask your local chemist they will have it in stock.g. could be mag sulph magnesium sulphate paste we used to use it to dry up boils. Thick white paste in a little jar. And it''s still available. I googled it but looks as if you can get it from chemists. If your mum''s infection on her leg had a thread-like core, it wouldn''t have been a boil, it was more likely to be an abscess, as they have a core, unlike a boil. Once the core is out...


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What over the counter medicine is best for boils

A: What causes boils on the body? boils, also known as carbuncles, can be described as bumps that are seen under the skin. They can be quite painful and are usually filled with pus. There are many reasons to what causes boils on the body and therefore awareness of these factors will help in prevention and treatment of boils. boils usually start off as small bumps that are red in color and tender to the touch, but they grow larger within a short span of time. They usually last for a few days, or perhaps even weeks (depending on their size), after which they rupture and drain. Not only are

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What Is the treatment for an Outer Ear Boil?

A: treatment for an outer ear boil depends on whether an infection is present. Typically, when an outer ear boil is the result of a bacterial infection, antibiotics are often prescribed. Generally, oral antibiotics are recommended, however, topical antibiotic ointment, or a combination of both can be given. In addition to antibiotics, warm compresses can be used to help ease the pain and soothe inflammation. An outer ear boil is usually painful and causes significant inflammation. for the pain, people can opt to take an over-the-counter anti-inflammatory drug or acetaminophen. for best results, however, anti-inflammatories usually work better because they treat pain as well as inflammation....


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What Are the Best Home Remedies for boils?

A: boils have been the plague of mankind since long before man knew the definition of plague. These pus-filled lumps and bumps known medically as furuncles occur when bacteria infects a hair follicle. boils will continue to grow and become more painful until they eventually burst. fortunately, there are many home remedies for boils, and only in extreme cases do they require medical attention. A visit to the doctor is required only if the boil fails to dissipate within a couple weeks, if one develops a fever, or if the boil reaches a frighteningly large size. The best home remedies for boils...


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Has anybody got any cure for boils ?

A: Ever heard of taking her to the doctors? it doesnt sound like boils, but more like a rash. she might be allergic to the detergent you use. a boil is like an open sore from not being clean for a long period of time. Maybe if you get out of your daughters bed she will stop have bumps on her body. Maybe she''s allergic to you all in bed with her Boil can also refer to a change in phase from liquid to gas; see boiling and boiling point. for other meanings, see Boil (disambiguation). Boil or furuncle is a skin disease caused by the inflammation of hair follicles, thus resulting in the localized accumulation of pus and dead tissues. Individual boils can cluster together and

 
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