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What Causes Boils On The Vaginal
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 moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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
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 moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I've been getting frequent red itchy boils on the vaginal lips which ooze out a bloody discharge if i try to break them.Sometimes there're thin cuts.?
Incision and drainag: The abcess/boil needs to be drained under clean/sterile conditions. If the same abcess has been drained before, consideration should be made for permanent excision, which should be done when the lesion is not acutely infected. ...Read more
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