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How to treat yourself if you have a boil on skin?

  • Dr.Arghya Majumder
  • 22 Sep 2018
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Here I am sharing with you few tips to easily manage a boil or small abscess.

When I was working in Hospital's Surgery OPD,I used to prescribe Homeopathic medicines in various surgical cases,Boils,Abscesses were two most treated cases.People were happy to take Homeopathic medicines because they believe Homeopathy has no side effects.
Every case of cut injury takes around 4 to 7 days to heal with Homeopathic treatment.Boils or abscess cases takes few more days..like 1 to 2 weeks..but we got really good results in almost each and every case.Boils usually do not need immediate emergency attention. However, if you are in poor health and you develop high fever and chills along with the infection,then only Doctor’s advise is needed. Causes of developing a boil- Most boils are caused by staphylococcal bacteria.
This bacteria enters the body through tiny nicks or cuts in the skin or can travel down the hair to the follicle. These health problems make people more susceptible to skin infections: Diabetes Poor nutrition Poor hygiene Exposure to chemicals that irritate the skin Problems with the immune system Symptoms of Boils The skin around the boil becomes infected. It turns red, painful, warm, and swollen. More boils may appear around the original one. A fever may develop. Lymph nodes may become swollen. Sometime you have no possibilities to go to a Doctor when you are little bit busy in your office or a routine work.If you are worried about your skin condition which is not so serious,you can manage it with self medications..
So,I want to share my experience about those cases that you can use these in your daily life.. When to start? If these cases are recent origin and your condition of health is not so poor.
Few things you need to notice before medicate yourself.
Color of boil-Red,Yellow,Blue,greenish,Purple = you can treat only first two conditions easily.if you find the case turned to different colours,you need to visit nearest clinic.
Painful or painless-Pain indicates nerve is sensitive in that area..That is more common in infections. Pus point present or not -Pus point is important before starting,..If you find pus point,you can start exploring pus by wiping off with cotton. Associated problems-High Blood glucose level..You should not take it easily.Go and take specialists care soon.
Things you need- Sterile cotton or Gauze,Gloves,Antiseptic.Luke warm water..Homeopathic mother tinctures like Echinacea,Calendula..

How to treat?

1.Wear gloves on both hands cautiously..Then keep cotton or gauze in luke warm water mixed with antiseptic.Take them and wipe off the affected area. 2.Press mildly from both sides of the affected part.If pus is there,try to remove that. 3.Take Calendula tincture in Cotton and apply on that area if no pus is there.If pus is present,try Echinacea rather than Calendula. Which medicines you should take? Belladonna The heat, the redness and the burning characterise most of the skin symptoms.  It has inflammation of the skin First bright red, gradually grows bluish or purple, or mottled; and in this there is the heat, redness an Dry and hot; swollen, sensitive; burns scarlet, smooth. Eruption like scarlatina, suddenly spreading. Erythema; pustules on face. Glands swollen, tender, red. Boils. Acne rosacea. Suppurative wounds. Alternate redness and paleness of the skin. Indurations after inflammations. Silicea abscesses, boils, old fistulous ulcers. Delicate, pale, waxy. Cracks at end of fingers. Painless swelling of glands. Rose-colored blotches.  Echinacea Recurring boils. Carbuncles. Lymphatics enlarged.Pus formation due to bacterial infestation. Hepar sulph Ulcers, with bloody suppuration, smelling like old cheese. Ulcers very sensitive to contact, burning, stinging, easily bleeding. Sweats day and night without relief. "Cold-sores" very sensitive. Cannot bear to be uncovered; wants to be wrapped up warmly. Sticking or pricking in afflicted parts. Putrid ulcers Arsenicum album Itching, burning, swellings; ?dema, eruption, papular, dry, rough, scaly; worse cold and scratching. Malignant pustules Tarantula cubansis Red spots and pimples. Feels puffed all over. Carbuncles, burning, stinging pains. Purplish hue. Gangrene. Abscesses, where pain and inflammation predominate.  Lachesis muta Hot perspiration, bluish, purplish appearance. Boils, carbuncles, ulcers, with bluish, purple surroundings. Dark blisters. Though Self medication can be dangerous Consult Our Specialist doctors to treat you.


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