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Boil

Also called: Skin Abscess, Skin Boil

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Hi Have a good read through this link its from the UK's NHS, packed with how and why, treatments and so on.http://www.nhs...
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Hi! I really think you should consult a doctor for this since I'm not a medical professional I don't want to give advice that might hurt you...
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Hi! I really think you should consult a doctor for this since I'm not a medical professional I don't want to give advice that might hurt you...
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A boil is a lot like a cyst. The white material is what is commonly called the "head" of the cyst.I removed the head and treated open would...
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Hi You have a blind boil, all you can do is wait, it has to run its cause, could take up to 3 weeks to break open, so its a game of sitting and...
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Hi Just wait till its healed, it would be best.Good Luck
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bacteria, and mrsa. both can be treated shower and bathe frequently and keep the infected area clean. see a doctor and get antibiotics if  u...
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Hi No A boil is not fungi, its fungi that you get a yeast infection from, being shaved helps cut YI down, the fungi has nowhere to hid, and pubic...
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It may have sometime to do with your fall/winter attire. Many of these boils start out as folliculitis (an infection around the hair follicles), so...
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No. Cranberry pills would basically have no effect on boils (even though cranberries have a very weak, natural antibiotic).
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NO.....this parasite does not cause boils.
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Hi This is how you get a boil? A boil is a red, painful, lump on the skin that develops at the site of an infected hair follicle. They are also...
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if they are dry and scaly it could be eczema.
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Your girlfriend should see a health care professional about this. It's not the kind of thing you should try lancing yourself, as that can...
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yes 
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