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[KIT] What is boils?

Boils are a skin disease that causes redness, pain, swelling and pus. There is pus in the skin called staphylococcus, which penetrates the body through the skin that breaks the sweat glands. According to doctors on our health website, boils can occur in people of all ages and everywhere. All of the human body. The abscess begins with inflammation of the hair follicles and then continues to eat inside and form a small lump with pus. Boils can also be passed from person to person. It is spread by contact with cold water or infected pus. There are generally two types of abscesses: multiple facial abscesses and single abscesses.

First Sign

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The first sign of an abscess is a small red rash on the skin, which is itchy and slightly painful. Sometimes we do not notice that it is a boil because the small red rash on the skin is similar to a rash. Other themes. But we can notice that within two to three days, the small red rash turns into an enlargement, causing Pus and severe pain. If your skin does not have a strong immune system and is combined with a lack of hygiene, the abscess can spread rapidly, causing heat. The body becomes very hot, causing a fever. Both fever and chills due to the virus penetrating the arteries.

The cause of the abscess is due to scratching the skin or injury to the hair follicles that allow germs to penetrate. Another reason is that boils can be caused by poor hygiene by exposure to an infected environment that enters the skin. And cause boils.

Treatment

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Some abscesses may go away on their own, with the body absorbing the pus (a mild type of abscess). You can use antiseptic paint and when the pus comes out, it will heal. But if in severe cases the abscess is severe, you need to see a doctor to diagnose and treat. Be on time. If the abscess is thick and large (usually in areas with sagging skin), the abscess will not rupture despite use. Medicine and whatever. In this case, surgery is needed to remove the pus, which is performed by a specialist to avoid recurrence. Other diseases.

Do it yourself

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Mild boils can be treated by:

Use of heat: The heat will make the abscess appear faster, the pus will disappear and heal faster. When the abscess is just beginning to appear, apply a warm, damp cloth three to four times a day. Each session lasts 20 to 30 minutes. You regularly change the fabric to keep warm.

Use vegetables: You can also use vegetables instead of warm water, but you need to pack them in a cloth. Thin and change every 1 to 2 hours. These vegetables are:

  • Tomato slices cooked
  • Raw onion slices
  • Chewed garlic
  • Outer layer of cabbage

Avoid recurrence of the abscess: You should continue to use a warm cloth to cover the abscess for 3 days after healing. You need to remove all the pus and cover the wound with a bandage to keep it clean and free of infection.

Pierce the abscess: When the abscess is full of pus, it is small and has no signs of infection. Elsewhere, you can pierce the boil yourself by simply choosing the time and place to pierce it, as the boil often breaks out. Yourself when you fall asleep. To pierce an abscess, simply take a sterile needle and apply it to your face. The boil and squeeze gently.

Keep it clean: Once the pus is removed, you need to keep the area clean. Therefore, you need to wash your hands thoroughly before preparing food, because the bacteria of this boil can cause food poisoning.

Complications of boils

If not treated in time, it can cause some complications after recovery, such as skin damage to the pores and Scars. If the abscess occurs on the head, the area where the abscess occurs, the hair will fall out, which we often call “head” Bald >>. In severe cases, the abscess grows and the virus spreads into the bloodstream, which Cambodians often call “Poisoning” can lead to fever and danger.

Prevention

How to prevent boils, as well as other skin diseases, is to have proper hygiene. If your skin is prone to boils, you can cleanse your skin with an antiseptic to reduce the appearance of bumps. This bacterium, in particular, for people who often get boils, often need to clean the body with soap that contains antiseptic and so on.

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