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Why do I keep getting boils all over my body it keep leaving ugly marks I have them on my breast also?
Need photos: If you are developing "boils" in the hair bearing areas i.e.axillas.groins,breasts, vulva and/or perineum you may have Hidradenitis Suppurativa which is a skin condition that affects apocrine sweat glands. You should be evaluated by a physician who will be able to make the correct diagnosis. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have what seems like a huge boil under my left breast. I am rather large breasted and they seem to reoccur only on my left breast. What can I do?
I have a lot of boils. In between my thighs, on my sides, on arm pits, as well as breasts. Is this normal?
ItBoilsDownToThis:: Yes, definitely, we all walk around smothered in boils. Well, maybe not. I suggest you see a doctor for this. One or two boils,we might deal with it here.But that many?No. And please don't go picking at them or squeezing them.That could make them worse.Anyone else close to you have them?Do you have pets? Wrestle? You may have to clean your environment thoroughly and use special soap.See a doc. Now ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a boil like cyst that reoccurs on the outside under both my breasts and it irritates the surrounding area what is this?
Folliculitis…: Is possible. If these are recurrent is possibly caused by staph bacteria and increasingly more common a specific type of staph bacteria called MRSA (methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus). If this is the case it can be treated with an oral antibiotic and often the concomitant use of an antibiotic ointment intranasally. Occasionally these have to be drained surgically. ...Read more
I get recurrent boils or cysts on both of my breasts. They were cultured by dermatologist and turned up nothing. What else could this be?
An infection: Please have this medically evaluated forth with. ...Read more
YEAST: Intertrigenous areas such as under the breasts, fat folds, under arms, etc. Are prone to developing yeast infections in the follicles of your skin because these areas often remain warm and moist. Try some monistat on the area and see if it imroves. However, any pain or new lesion/growth needs to be examined by your doctor to make sure it is not something more serious/ominous. The body always warns. ...Read more
After I had a breast exam and they determined it was benign I began getting boils on the same breast is that normal?
Staph?: It is possible that at some point you were in contact with staph. Be checked by your doctor and treat as advised. All the best. ...Read more
Had boil on right Breast a year ago. It popped and I got it all cleaned up so it could heal. Still a hole in skin tho. No pain, no discharge. Help!!
Sebaceous cyst: This may be a leftover sebaceous cyst. Do you recall a very foul odor coming from the boil last time? A sebaceous cyst has a thin shell and a very smelly cottage cheesy filling? They get infected and rupture, but if the shell is not completely removed the cyst can recur and it leaves a little pit in the skin ...Read more
I have a rash that resembles boils all over my sides, breasts and back. There are about 50 of them. Very painful. What should I do?
Why do printed pictures show breasts, but blur out their vaginas and male's penises. I am curious are female breasts becoming more acceptable in culture nowadays?
Changing standards: Breasts are more and more becoming an accepted part of some popular journals, especially in women's fashion magazines (ignoring of course men's mags where they have appeared for years). Breasts are still not permitted to be shown on tv. Mores and standards are a moving target. ...Read more
Boils under the : Breasts is not normal. Please see your physician so he can determine what kind of infection you have. This will help to determine treatment plan. ...Read more
Abscess : Needs to be evaluated by a doctor, it may need to be drained and antibiotics are usually needed, make an appointment with your physician. Good luck! ...Read more