Cream Or Other Medicine To Heal Boils

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Barbarita S Farias Says:


I have a boil in thefold of thigh and belly.Very painful and when it breaks ,it has blood and or puss(?). I also have a daughter who is very heavy and has been plagued with boils most of her life. WE need either oral meds or ointments/cream to cure them. we have always used Mazon soap and cream for irritations and sores. Would these work?


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lisa papoutsis Says:

Im looking for terrisal cream is it sold in stores or pharmarcy

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Verwon Says:

Barbarita, you and your daughter might need an oral antibiotic, or an antibiotic ointment to help prevent them. Bacteria is the most common cause of boils. Have you consulted a doctor?

The FDA lists their most common side effects as possibly including headache, dizziness, skin redness, irritation, and diarrhea.

How old is your daughter? Sometimes, being very careful with your personal hygiene can help a lot for prevention. Such as making sure all skin folds are washed regularly, in the bath, or shower, and then making sure that all areas are fully dried, after cleansing. I am not criticizing your hygiene, because I don't know you, and that would be rude. I am just giving suggestions. If you are already careful about such things, there might be something you are using on your bodies, eating, or in your environment that is causing you both to develop them. All of these are just ideas the NIH lists as possibly contributing factors.

Do you live together? Have you tried using a different soap to see if the Mazon might be contributing? Do either of you take any medications.

Lisa, where you do you live? Can you please post back and clarify?


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