How do I get rid of boils?

Boils. To treat a boil with a warm compress and tea tree oil, pour 4 teaspoons of very hot water in a bowl. Add 2 drops of tea tree oil. Take a cotton ball or piece of gauze and place it in the water. Swirl it around to moisten it and apply it directly to the boil. If this does not work see your doctor to lance the boil and be placed on antibiotics.

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How do I get rid of a boil on top of the butt crack?

Boil. Might be a boil, or infected cyst, anyway, needs to be surgically drained + antibiotic. If it is a cyst it needs eventually be removed. Read more...

How do I get rid of a boil on my vagina? Can you have more than one boil on your vagina

Plan; yes. Boil; either needs drainage or has drained itself. Are they recurrent? Is this a longstanding problem? Are you diabetic? Keep area dry, difficult I know. After daily bath or shower dry as well as you can. Apply Bactrim (sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim) ointment twice daily if bad see doctor for possible antibiotics decontamination protocol. Read more...

How do I get rid of a persistent boil on my bum?

Staph aureus. This should be incised and drained and cultured so that the organism (commonly Staphylococcus aureus) can be isolated and tested for antibiotic sensitivities so that antibiotics can be given in concert with the minor surgical procedure necessary to drain it. If it is found that the lesion extends deeply into tissues or is a fistula you may need more detailed management. See a doctor. Read more...

How do I get rid of a painful boil in the pelvic region?

Read on. Hot soaks either by direct immersion of the area or by applying hot wet packs to the area frequently (every several hours) will bring this to a head which will rupture and drain. If this does not work you may need to be treated with antibiotics. See your doctor. Do not squeeze these. If they have to be opened a sterile needle or a scalpel will be needed. If in the pelvic area may suggest std. Read more...
Pilonidal cyst. A pilonidal cyst is an abnormal pocket originating in the skin that usually contains hair, skin debris and other abnormal tissue. A pilonidal cyst is almost always located near the tailbone at the top of the cleft of the buttocks. The term "pilonidal" comes from the latin words for hair ("pilus") and nest ("nidus"). The only way to remove this lesion is by surgery. Read more...

How do I get rid of a large hard boil on the outer lip of my vagina?

See GP. Go to see gp and get yourself checked. There are different things possible including infection, tumor etc. Warm compress and antibiotic may be needed if that is infection or otherwise additional evaluation will be needed. Read more...
See Gyn. This may have to be drained in a sterile fashion, so should go in to an obgyn. Read more...