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Genital Boils


Boils are generally found on the inner thighs, buttocks, back, shoulders, face and underarms. It’s not so uncommon to develop boils on genital areas as well.

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Genital boils generally appear as lumps filled with pus. They are red in appearance, tender and often painful. The center of the boil eventually becomes white or yellow and, in time, drains out. If there is an occurrence of multiple boils, it may be accompanied with fever or swelling of the lymph nodes. Itching in the genital area can signify the beginning development of a genital boil. Women may experience a boil on the vagina is commonly referred to as a vaginal boil. Treatment of a genital boil is very important. Without treatment, it is possible for genital boils to spread and become infected. The pus can also enter the blood stream and spread the infection to other parts of your body.

Boils And FemalesThere are safe and effective all natural treatments for genital or vaginal boils. The key is to find an all-natural product that disinfects the boil area, prevents infection from spreading to other parts of skin and provides rapid healing.

Some of the causes of genital/vaginal boils include ingrown hairs, foreign material lodged in the skin or plugged sweat glands that later become infected. Breaks in the skin, such as scrapes or small cuts, can escalate into an abscess and become infected.

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