What's the most natural treatment for breast abscess?

Surgical drainage. Once the abscess is surgically drained, resolution with antibiotics occurs more rapidly.
Heat. Placing a warm compress over any abscess will promote maturation and spontaneous abscess drainage. How to make a warm compress: place 1/4 cup of water and a damp wash cloth (flannel if you are a kiwi) into a zip-lock bag. Microwave until hot. Apply every two hours until bored.

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What is the treatment for a breast abscess?

Antibiotics & drain. Treat the infection with antibiotics and perform surgical incision procedure to drain out the infection if it is large enough. Read more...

Which treatments for breast abscess are most cost-effective?

Depends. It would be necessary to know the cause of the breast abscess and its sensitivity to antibiotics and the potential need for surgical drainage to answer this question fully. Read more...
Antibiotics. Antibiotics with warm compresses are most cost effective, but an abscess, almost by definition, is difficult for antibiotics to penetrate and kill the bacteria. Therefore, you're almost always going to have to have the abscess surgically treated. That may mean draining it with a needle, but often requires surgically cutting out the abscess wall. Read more...

Is it normal to have surgical drainage of the breast abscess done for both breasts if you've already had antibiotic therapy?

Possibly. Breast abscesses are frustrating and can be reoccurring. Stop smoking. After 11 years of practice and many breast abscess patients, only one has been a non-smoker. Read more...
To drain is best. Drainage of an abscess, either by aspirating the pus with a needle and syringe or draining the abscess with an incision is often required to resolve the infection. Antibiotics alone may not be sufficient, particularly if the breast remains red and tender and you have systemic signs of infection like fever or an elevated white blood count. Read more...