health conditions


Question by  goatgal (20)

What causes boils?

I keep getting them and I don't know why.


Answer by  Aaliyah (7)

Staph is a naturally occurring bacteria on everyone's skin. On the outside of the body it can be very beneficial, but once it finds it's way inside your body it can cause an infection. Methods of prevention include using antibacterial soap every time you shower and always wear clean clothes.


Answer by  mem4dr (1378)

Bacteria is what causes boils. Usually the bacteria that causes these boils is staph bacteria. If you have a boil, it is a good idea to consult your doctor. Although some boils are fairly harmless and will go away with over the counter treatment, other boils might need to be treated by a doctor.


Answer by  klarke1 (351)

Boils could be caused my bacteria mainly. The best way to pevent them is to wash daily using anti bacterial soap. Keeping clean is the main way to prevent the bacteria from getting in your skin and infecting the area.


Answer by  amtcura66 (1340)

High temperatures cause boils. If you don't enjoy boils then lower the temperature and stay cool. If you still get them then you are just probably very filthy and need a bath. A bath is very good for the body so by bathing, you are killing many many birds with one stone.


Answer by  Baobao (1273)

It will appear if you have much pressure,bad sanitary situation, allergy to air/food/medicine/weather and illness.Be sure to relax from time to time, have a bath on time and often change your underrwear.

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