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jhnjohn Japan 4 posts
Jan 28th '13
Quoting MyPurrrtyBabies:" Could be caused by sweat. What do you know about it? What to do to cure it?"

Do not get panic . It is easy to cure boils from body. I have also suffered from this . Boils which get any part of body. It does not matter from which it get caused. The main thing is how to eliminate it completely from body. it is recommended to use boilx.
http://www.boilxboilstreatment.com

LadySTL 1 child; United States 1 posts
May 1st '15

I am years late to this post but I am so glad I found it! I thought I was the only one dealing with this! I have had 2 removed via urgent care because I wax in so much pain, that it hurt to laugh or even take deep breaths. I refuse to go to the hospital again unless my breast is about to fall off lol. I will be trying the warm compresses and all the other suggestions to get rid of it myself. My brother also recommended a drawing salve called Prix, which you can find at your local Walgreens for like $5.

CC7369 1 child; 3 angel babies; port st lucie, Fl, United States 17 posts
May 16th

Hello, 1st, DO NOT LANCE IT YOURSELF!!!! This can cause it to spread, and  without a knowledgeable Dr., and sterile environment, is not safe or recommended whatsoever. The safest way to drain it when not in a position to see a doctor immediately,  is a hot, wet compress several times daily until it opens on it's own, then let it drain onto clean towels, (  I prefer to use sterile gauze to catch the "ooze"). I had this problem for over 10 years before I had the guts to ask a professional about it. It is originally a staph infection introduced into your body via numerous avenues like the opening of a hair follicle, cut, abrasion etc. If left untreated, it can then turn into different infections needing antibiotics beforehand. That is what I did. I then started regularly using hibiclens, which I've used numerous times before surgeries, it is the BEST antibacterial body cleanse made besides betadine derivatives, in conjunction with PLAIN UNSCENTED Dial antibacterial body wash ( the bar soap can also retain some bacteria after washing affected areas). I also clean the areas several times a day with antibacterial body or face wipes, apply tea tree oil,  ( which I USE for a lot of things, including in my shampoo , it's awesome!) and use Gold Bond powder products ( it depends on which one is right for you), after each shower and cleansing. It is much better to take a shower in lieu of a bath, especially when a fresh boil is present because when you have a bath, you are basically sitting in all of the bacteria from your body and it is not sanitary. I use a loofah to exfoliate, changing it and my shower poof often to prevent build up of bacteria. It sounds weird, but when nobody is around, I also let the areas that can get infected "air out" to keep the sweat and other things like clothing from contacting my skin, giving it much needed breaks! 
I'm in my 40s, and let's just say, a VOLUPTUOUS woman, very much endowed in the chest and thigh areas, and I live in Florida, so I have many factors going against me. Vitamin A supplements can also help. 
It sounds like a lot of work, but to me it's preferred to the alternative! 
Good luck ladies, and if you think I can answer any of your questions, feel free to email me @ cc7369@att.net  Have a pain and embarrassment free day!