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Why Do People Get Boils
Still a problem?: If so, medical assessment can help to determine the cause. At that point, a plan can be developed to help prevent this in the future.
Staph aureus: These are usually staphylococcal and if so will require drainage of existing ones, course of antibiotics appropriate to the sensitivity of the organism isolated, and possibly attempts to change your nasal and skin colonization by these bacteria. See a doctor and get this evaluated and treated. Good luck.
What part of: What part of your body gets the boils?
Recurrent Boils: It is not uncommon to get recurrent boils. One can be colonized with bacteria that causes boils or have immune problems that lead to recurrent boils. A dermatologist, primary care doctor, or infectious disease specialist should be able to help. Hidradenitis suppurativa, an inflammatory condition affecting the armpits and groin, can often be misdiagnosed as boils.
No: H. Pylori does not cause boils.Get a more detailed answer ›
Antibacterial soap: Such symptoms might come from infected hairs (folliculitis) or result from skin to skin contact in association with sweating. A simple remedy to try: bathe with an antibacterial soup, an example of which would be dial (r). A more usual cause of such infections can be exposure to inadequated treated hot tub water, which can be avoided by properly treating the tub's water with chlorine. If the anti.See 2 more doctor answers
Okay I have no health insurance. I have problem every time I get ready to come on my monthly. I get boils in places on my body. What can I do?
No reason: Despite my misgivings on obamacare, you should be able to get some insurance coverage free or with federal subsidy. I am concerned that you may have an impaired immune system or possible Progesterone allergy. You need to have an immune work up if hormonal effects have been ruled out.See 1 more doctor answer
BOILS IN GENITALS: DO YOU HAVE DIABETES? How long has it been going on? If you haven't seen your PCP, please see him or her soon.
Infection: See doctor and find out why.Get a more detailed answer ›
Probably not: "boils" are bacterial infections and not related to your GI tract where probiaotics usually work. Not sure why you get frequent boils. Possible immune system problem? Are you taking any medication that may reduce your immune system and making you susceptible to this type of infection?
I get boils in my inner thighs and they end up popping and leaving a whole with flesh. How do I stop this?
Hidradenitis suppuri: Hidradenitis suppuritiva. See a dermatologist.Get a more detailed answer ›
Skin: Intact skin and mucous membranes are the bodies' number one defense against infection. Insect bites disrupt that and if you are a skin carrier of staphylococci they may create infection in the form of boils, or skin abscesses.
I get boils on my buttocks and in between my thighs. I don't have insurance. How can I treat them.
See a doctor: You can still see a doctor without insurance.
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