genital boil !!!Hi There!
Totally new to this.
I know there is another thread for this, but it hasn't been read in 8 months. So I was hoping a new thread would get me some advice!!
It is common for me to get boil like things on my bottom. Usually within a few days it goes away, no harm no foul. A few hot baths and its gone. Now for the first time ever, I have one just next to my clitorous and it has me a bit nervous. I have been with the same partner for 4 years, faithfully. I have two older sisters who are apparently prone and known for boils of all kinds on their bottoms, groin and inner thighs. But, again. I am a first to this. I have been taking 2 epson salt baths a day. I thought this would help, as it did for the ones on my bottom. I understand being the area that it is, its damp and probably is a hard place to heal... But, any other advice would be 'great'. I have called my physician but cannot get in to see him for another week... and am partial to seeing a walk in doctor about this. Its a bump, its red and has a dark red spot in the middle. Like a pimple would, but instead of being white, its red. The ones on my bottom usually appear somewhat similar but also sometimes have white heads. But this one near my clitorous has a red spot...
Its really weird!!
So, please! Any help, ideas, advice would be forever greatful!! Its in a rather uncomfortable spot!!
Thank you Kindly!
BoilPain on 2006-04-04
♡ deoshlok last decade
Livvy last decade
a good web site is: hs.usa dot org. they have message boards and info on the research of the disease.
p.s. I control mine with Witch Hazel. It seems to work well for me.
cofeeholik last decade
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