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Buttock Boil

Buttock Boil: Introduction

Buttock Boil: A boil that occurs on the buttock. A boil is an infected hair follicle located on the skin. The lesions if full of pus and can be quite painful. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Buttock Boil is available below.

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Causes of Buttock Boil

  • The cause may vary amongst patients and there may be a number of factors involved:
  • Poor personal hygiene (see Hygiene symptoms)
  • Minor trauma to the skin allowing bacteria to invade
  • Use of strong medications may suppress the immune system and increase susceptibility to boils
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