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Dr. Sam Bailey 29 Oct 2020
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5 Quick Ways to Get Rid of Boils On Skin ⏰

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⁣What causes boils and how to treat a boil fast. In this video you will learn if boils are contagious, what are the antibiotics for boils and how to get rid of boils. Cure boils even at home!

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General measures to prevent boils:
- Consult your doctor about your general health.
- If you are overweight, try to reduce your weight; take regular exercise.
- Follow a balanced healthy diet with meat, plenty of fruit and vegetables.
- Avoid smoking.
- Wash your whole body once a day with soap or cleanser and water. Wash your hands several times daily or use antiseptic hand rubs.
- Don't share your flannel or towel with other family members.
- Maintain a clean handkerchief and don't pick your nose!
- Change your underclothes and night attire regularly.
- Consider modifying leisure activities that cause sweating and friction from clothing, such as squash and jogging.
- If you are iron deficient, a course of iron tablets may help reduce infection.
- 1000 mg of vitamin C each day has also been advocated to improve deficient neutrophil function.

Products Dr Sam recommends to treat boils:
*Antiseptic wash - Chlorhexidine Aqueous solution
*Antibacterial wash - Cetaphil antibacterial cleansing bar
*Antiseptic ointment - Betadine antiseptic
*Oral antibiotics: Flucloxacillin
*Nasal ointment to prevent recurrent infections: Fusidic Acid
*Bleach Baths

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ABOUT ME: I want to make it easier for people to fix common health problems. I work as a medical doctor in New Zealand.

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DianeDi
DianeDi 1 year ago

As much as I hate to discuss this on a public forum, I have to share this story. When I was around 5 or 6, I had a mosquito bite in the middle of my left buttocks. I scratched it with passion and in no time at all I had a boil. My mother would put hot compresses on it to draw it to the surface. Wow, it was a sight for sore eyes, huge. Then, the next thing I know, a piece of bread was placed on the boil as I lay in bed. It seemed to dry it up in no time at all. As I child it baffled me, and as a matter of fact, I still wonder how that worked. First and hopefully last boil I'll ever see in my lifetime.

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AnthonyRaymond
AnthonyRaymond 2 years ago

Thank you, Dr Baily.

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PeterSonnenburg
PeterSonnenburg 2 years ago

I'm subscribed to you on youtube and only today found that you're here too, so I'm now subscribed to you here too! Thank you for all your videos! I don't have boils but I do have warts, notably three on my hands and one on a foot. They're obviously not life threatening but they are an annoyance. I'd be interested to hear what you have to say about warts how best to treat them!

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islandgrl
islandgrl 1 year ago

Hi, Did you know Clearasil contains anti--wart ingredients? They make astringent pads too.

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