Vaginal boils aka skin abscess are localized infections deep in the skin. They start as reddened tender bumps near
the labia (the outer part of the vagina).
Soon they develop into a firm, hard, inflamed lump or boil. There are bacteria-fighting white blood cells and dead skin tissue (pus) inside these lumps. The affected area usually gets larger and more painful until the boil bursts and the pus drains out.
Some boils on the vagina disappear within a few days. But many can take up to two weeks to heal, which can be very painful.
Symptoms of boils include skin that is hot to the touch, pain in the area of the boil, a white head on the boil and swelling.
Causes of boils inside/outside of the vagina or on other parts of the body :-
Excess production of sebum - Oil glands get plugged up by the excess sebum. They develop into boils when bacteria trapped inside infects them.
Ingrown hair - This happens when pores injured by shaving starts to heal. When the pores shut during healing, hair follicles and bacteria got trapped inside. The bacteria inside attack the enclosed area giving rise to painful boils.
Cuts and bruises - Too tight underwear can cut and scrape the groin area. When they are infected they become abscesses filled with pus.
Toxins in the body - Pollution, smoking, oily foods, unhealthy eating habits and stress can result in build up of toxins in the body. These toxins will surface as boils and pimples. Not only in the vagina but other parts of the body as well.
Accumulation of toxins in the body is the main cause of vaginal boils and facial pimples. Apart from that, toxins cause weight gain and water retention.
Regular bowel movement does not necessarily means that the body particularly the colon is free from toxins?
As food moves through the intestines, bits remains and clung onto the intestinal walls and decompose. Over the years, these “leftovers” become stubborn, mucus-like plaques. They begin to clog up the small intestines and colon.
When faecal waste stays in the colon, it becomes toxic and releases the toxins into the bloodstream. These toxins surfaced as vaginal boils and pimples.
To prevent vaginal boils and pimples we need to dislodge the accumulated toxic wastes from the colon.
Colon Cleanse is a supplement that can remove the build-up of toxic waste through regular and complete bowel movement. Besides preventing vaginal boils, daily pooping help us to loose weight as well.
Good vaginal hygiene can reduce the occurrence of vaginal boils, bumps and pimples. It can also cut down the risk of other vaginal infections, itching and smelly vagina odor.
Learn how to prepare a sitz bath here.
A more convenient way for treating a boil on vagina is to apply this cooling gel on the inflamed area.
This gel contains natural Manjakani (oakgall) and Pueraria Mirirfica extracts.
Manjakani has strong anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties. You can dab this gel on boils, minor cuts and bruises on areas with mucous membranes, i.e the inside of the vagina, mouth, nose and anus.
Besides treating boils inside the vagina, this gel tightens and moisturize the vagina as well. Find out its other benefits - here.
The following home remedies are effective for treating an inflamed boil. The main ingredient is turmeric as it is an excellent herb that promotes natural healing.
For best results use any of the above home treatments continuously for 3-4 days.Back to top
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