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Recurring Boil

Recurring Boil: Introduction

Recurring Boil: A boil is an infected hair follicle located on the skin. The lesion is full of pus and can be quite painful. A recurring boil is one that reoccurs. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Recurring Boil is available below.

Symptoms of Recurring Boil

Treatments for Recurring Boil

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Recurring Boil: Complications

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Causes of Recurring 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 antiperspirant deodorants may clog underarm pores and trap grime
  • Use of strong medications may suppress the immune system and increase susceptibility to boils
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