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Is It Normal To Folliculitis
Recovering from anal fistulotomy. Does warm sitz bath also help prevent folliculitis? I have it sometimes and disappeared. Is folliculitis normal?
Folliculitis is a condition in which one or more hair follicles are swollen. It can occur anywhere on the skin, and usually occurs when the hair follicles are damaged by friction from clothing, shaving, or blockage of the follicle, and a bacterial infection may follow. Common symptoms may include a rash, itching, and ...Read more
Took doxy for folliculitis and it made me break out 10x worse, even after 2 months it was still worse that before I took it. this is not normal right?
I have had pus-filled bumps on my bikini area for about 3 weeks. My dr. Said it is folliculitis but it has not gone away. Is this normal?
Is it normal to feel inguinal lns. They're about the size of a pea and smaller. Saw pcp, said was due to folliculitis. Nodes still present follic gone?
Adenopathy: Enlarged inguinal lymph nodes are very common since they are in a very "dirty" area of the body and they clean things up for a living. Although if the folliculitis was actually the reason for their presence, they may stay large for a lengthy time period, and sometimes may never go away. If they are not enlarging and you have no other symptoms would not worry. Good luck. ...Read more
I was recently told I have pubic folliculitis but have been experiencing pain while urinating. Is this normal?
How to get rid of vaginal folliculitis at home? Is it normal to feel like a pretty solid pocket of fluid is on the inside right of my labia?
So i have 3 swollen nodes that hurt on neck and back of head seen doc says folliculitis and there just doing there job high anxiety is this normal?
Sudden rash 7mts ago turned chronic.Mostly on neck,back&legs.Derm says Bac.Folliculitis.2x-100mg minocyline not helping.Normal?How do I make it stop??
Antibiotics: If this a bacterial problem and minocycline isn't effective, perhaps a course of dicloxacillin, an effective antistaphyloccocal antibiotic, may be successful. If you're allergic to penicillin you can't take this antibiotic,however. Discuss this with your dermatologist who might suggest another potent skin antibiotic. ...Read more