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What Causes Boils In Vaginal Area
What causes vaginal boils can to much sex cause these if you are having sex with a male with a larger penis than you are use to
Doctor can evaluate: A doctor can evaluate to see if the boils are std infections that need medical treatment. Otherwise, small pimples and pustules in the pubic and genital areas that increase after an increase in sexual activity may be due to "poor technique" that causes too much skin-to-skin friction and abrasions, hurting the hair follicles. It's unrelated to penis size or quantity of sex, if using good technique. ...Read more
Do HIV cause boil and how....But I only get boil in my vaginal only when my period on or about to com other than that I never, get a boil down there?
What causes vaginal boils? I knowits not an std because have been having them since I started my period. They look like pimples but are sore pus filled
Some people are: More susceptible to them and they are caused by either bacteria from the top of the skin getting under the skin and then causing the boils or spreading internally. They can start by irritation to the area, such as shaving. They are treated with warm compresses, but sometimes need an oral antibiotic or surgical drainage. Please see and discuss with your doctor. ...Read more
Visualize the Boils: To get a better answer to your question, have a healthcare personnel look at the lesions to determine the nature and possible cause. Your primary care provider will be of great help. ...Read more
What causes boils to form around the groin area under the stomach? Is their any over-the-counter thing that can prevent this?
What medical condition causes boils to appear on your body consistantly even on the paraneal area. Rash on testicles have taken antibiotics and use skin creams, noting has seem to work. Please help
It sounds as though you may have a skin infection with abscesses or "boils". These usually start out as tender, red areas which become hard and then eventually develop a "head" of white pus. Once this drains, the area usually heals on its own. Most of these are caused by staphylococcus aureas, a common bacteria found on the skin. Occasionally, however, the can be caused by mrsa, the antibiotic resistent kind of staph bacteria. No one knows why some people are susceptible to getting boils while others are not. There is a type of neutrophil-associated immune deficiency that can predispose you to boils, so it might be worth getting tested.
Next time you develop one of these infections, start out by applying warm compresses to the area to help draw the infection out. Then, you should go to your doctor so that they can drain it, test for what bacteria is causing it and be able to treat you appropriately - sometimes with antibiotics, sometimes just with drainage. If you ever develops fever, chills, or feels ill with this infection, call your doctor immediately.
You can try and prevent these infections by practicing good hygiene and using anti-bacterial soaps. Some doctors also advocate bathing once a week with a 1/4 cup of bleach in a half-full bathtub or washing with chlorhexadine to decrease the bacterial count on your skin. You may also want to consider using intranasal bactroban (mupirocin) twice a day for a month to eliminate the staph bacteria living in your nose. Your doctor may have other suggestions for prevention. Good luck! ...Read more
Boils can be caused: By staph or strep bacteria that r on the skin. May have medical condition such as diabetes or an immune deficiency that allows those germs to infect. Recurrent infxns can b due to the germs in nose or other family members' noses. May require intranasal bactroban (mupirocin) in all family members to prevent recurrence. Correcting other medical conditions needed too. See pcp to b checked for predisposing condit. ...Read more
Viral and bacterial: Various viral and bacterial infections can cause boils on the skins of infants and older kids. Rarely, it can be caused by other causes that are more serious causes. The diagnosis is based on how they look, where they are, how are they progressing, response to treatment and associated symptoms. He/she should be examined by their physician for evaluation and treatment. ...Read more
Poss. Hidradenitis: You should see your doctor for an evaluation when you have an outbreak, but boils or abscesses can occur in any sweat or oil gland on the body. The area around the vaginal opening has many of these glands, and anyone can develop an inflamed follicle occasionally. Severe, large, or recurrent boils can be found in a skin condition known as hidradenitis suppurativa. ...Read more
Colonization: You may be a staph carrier, and continue to reinfect yourself. Consider having a nasal swab done at your doctors office to determine if this is true. If so there are strategies to minimize the recurrence of boils. ...Read more
BOILS ARE DEEP, LOCALIZED SKIN INFECTIONS. CAN BE CAUSED BY AN INFECTED INGROWN HAIR OR A SPLINTER OR BY FOREIGN BODY LODGED IN THE SKIN.
HOT COMPRESSES OFTEN HELP TO RELIEVE THE PAIN, BUT YOU SHOULD SEE YOUR DOCTOR TO MAKE SURE YOU DO NOT HAVE VARIOUS OTHER DISORDERS SUCH AS DIABETES. ...Read more
I'm worried because my friend has cancer and a boil on his neck, which cancer type causes boils, what do you suggest?
Probably unrelated: Anybody can get a boil on the neck. ...Read more
Infection: Bacterial infection, usually staph, of hair follicle leading to suppurative inflammation. Predisposing factors like diabetes, ingrown hair, excessive moisture and immune deficiency favor multiple or recurrent boils. The "lump" may be a deep seated boil or infected lymph node. In either case it is time to see your doctor. Boils on the face are dangerous as infection can spread to the brain. ...Read more
If 5 mth. Old baby has mrsa (the skin disease that causes boils) doctor gave her medicine but what soap to wash her with? She also has ezema on skin.
Baby w/MRSA & eczema: People with eczema often have increased numbers of staph on their skin. Staph worsen eczema by releasing their antigens onto skin which causes more inflammation. Studies show that improving eczema decreases those numbers. Your baby has antibiotics to treat the mrsa. Doing bleach baths with oatmeal bath powder and 1 tbs of clorox per baby tub mixed well and used daily helps decrease surface staph. ...Read more
I am having painful boils in vaginal area from past 4 days. Today I am having burning sensation after urination. What that could be? How to overcome thi
See a doctor: If you are having painful boils in the vaginal area then you could have a serious infection that needs to be treated. I would see a doctor right away. Burning with urination is also a sign of infection. Nothing you can do at home, see a doctor asap. ...Read more
Iv been working out and get a lot of moister in my vaginal area now have a lil boil on each side of leg how can II prevent moister?
Groin bumps: Pimples can develop anywhere, especially in areas where there are hair follicles, and where people shave. Try a hair removal cream, rather than shaving, and avoid all mosturizers and lotions. Keep as dry as possible, by using witch hazel and a hair blower to dry the skin after your shower each day. Get some acne cream with benzoyl peroxide and apply it to the bumps at bedtime, just a tiny bit. ...Read more
Hello. Well I been having this bump in my vaginal area I'm thinking its a boil but I'm not sure. It hurts a lot and I don't know how to treat it.?
Vaginal or Bartholin: Duct cyst. Neither, at age 18, is dangerous but vaguinal cyst might be infected thus causing pain & might need to be drained. Bartholin's cyst is caused by blocked bartholin's gland duct. Can become an abscess if infected by std or intestinal bacteria. Best consult gynecologist, may require antibiotics or surgical incision. In mean time try warm sitz baths for relief before dr. S appointment. ...Read more
Many reasons: Sebaceous cysts, hydradenitis suppurtiva, infected hair follicles, shaving, or something worse. Needs to be seen by a gyn. ...Read more
I have a boil on the top of my vaginal area what I would like to know is how do you get rid of it.?
Boil Therapy: The primary home remedy for most boils is heat application, usually with hot soaks or hot packs. Heat application increases the circulation to the area and allows the body to better fight off the infection by bringing antibodies and white blood cells to the site of infection. Especially with larger boils, medical treatment is required. In this situation, the boil will need to be drained or "lanced. ...Read more
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