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Gamot sa Pigsa?
« on: September 19, 2011, 11:58:01 PM »
Ask ko lang po sana.. bakit kaya ako madalas magkapigsa? May ibig sabihin kaya yun? Ano ba root cause neto? Tsaka tanong ko na din kung ano mabisang gamot para dito at para di na sya pabalik balik?
« Last Edit: September 20, 2011, 12:09:31 AM by doubledgesword »

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Gamot sa Pigsa?
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Re: Gamot sa Pigsa?
« Reply #1 on: September 20, 2011, 12:11:00 AM »
According to my research tungkol dito sa pigsa (boil) eto po.

Furuncle Alternative names: Infection - hair follicle; Hair follicle infection; Boils Definition: An infection of the hair follicles. Also see carbunculosis. Causes, incidence, and risk factors:
A furuncle (boil) is a skin infection involving the entire hair follicle and the adjacent subcutaneous tissue. Almost everyone experiences boils at some time in their life. Staphylococcus bacteria are normally found on the skin surface. Damage to the hair follicle allows the bacteria to enter deeper into the tissues of the hair follicle and the subcutaneous tissue. Furuncles may occur in the hair follicles anywhere on the body, but they are most common on the face, neck, armpit, buttocks, and thighs.

Furuncles are generally caused by Staphylococcus aureus but may be caused by other bacteria or fungi. They may begin as a tender red subcutaneous nodule but ultimately become fluctuant (feel like a water-filled balloon). A furuncle may drain spontaneously, producing pus. More often the individual, a parent, or a physician opens them.

Furuncles can be single or multiple. Some people have recurrent bouts with abscesses and little success at preventing them. Furuncles can be very painful if they occur in areas like the ear canal or nose. A health care provider should treat furuncles by the nose. Furuncles that develop close together may expand and join together, a condition called carbunculosis.
Symptoms:
? skin lesions
? small firm tender red nodule in skin (early)
? usually pea-sized, may occasionally be as large as a golf ball
? swollen
? pink or red
? may grow rapidly
? fluctuant nodule (later)
? may develop white or yellow centers (pustules)
? may weep, ooze, crust (later)
? located with hair follicles
? tender, mildly to moderately painful
? may be single or multiple
? may run together (coalesce) or spread to other skin areas
? pain increases as pus and dead tissue fills the area
? pain decreases as the area drains
? skin redness or inflammation around the boil
? fever (occasionally)
? fatigue (occasionally)
? general discomfort, uneasiness, or ill feeling (malaise) (occasionally)
Note: Itching (pruritus) of the skin may occur before the skin lesions develop.
Signs and tests:
Diagnosis is primarily based on the appearance of the skin. Skin or mucosal biopsy culture may show staphylococcus or other bacteria.
Treatment:
Boils may heal spontaneously after an initial period of itching and mild pain. More often, they progress to pustules that increase in discomfort as pus collects. They finally burst, drain, and then heal spontaneously.

Boils (furuncles) usually must drain before they will heal. This most often occurs in less than 2 weeks. Boils that persist longer than 2 weeks, recur, are located on the spine or the middle of the face, or that are accompanied by fever or other symptoms require treatment by a health care provider because of the risk of complications from the spread of infection.

Warm moist compresses encourage furuncles to drain, which speeds healing. Gently soak the area with a warm, moist cloth several times each day. Deep or large lesions may need to be drained surgically by the health care provider. Never squeeze a boil or attempt to lance it at home because this can spread the infection and make it worse.

Meticulous hygiene is vital to prevent the spread of infection. Draining lesions should be cleaned frequently. The hands should be washed thoroughly after touching a boil. Do not re-use or share washcloths or towels. Clothing, washcloths, towels, and sheets or other items that contact infected areas should be washed in very hot (preferably boiling) water. Dressings should be changed frequently and discarded in a manner that contains the drainage, such as by placing them in a bag that can be closed tightly before discarding.

Antibacterial soaps, topical (applied to a localized area of the skin) antibiotics are of little benefit once furuncle has formed. Systemic antibiotics may help to control infection. Drainage is the definitive treatment.
Expectations (prognosis):
Full recovery is expected. Some people may experience many repeated episodes.
Complications:
? spread of infection through the circulation to other parts of the body or skin surfaces
? abscess formation
? sepsis (general internal infection)
? abscess of kidneys or other internal organs
? osteomyelitis
? endocarditis
? brain infection
? brain abscess
? spinal cord infection
? spinal cord abscess
? permanent scarring of the skin
Calling your health care provider:
Call for an appointment with your health care provider if furuncles (boils) develop and do not heal with home treatment within 1 week.

Call for an appointment with your health care provider if furuncles recur or are located on the face or spine.

Call for an appointment with your health care provider if boils are accompanied by fever, red streaks extending from the boil, large fluid collections around the boil, or other symptoms.
Prevention:
? good attention to hygiene
? antibacterial soaps
? antiseptic washes such as pHisoHex or Hibiclens

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Re: Gamot sa Pigsa?
« Reply #1 on: September 20, 2011, 12:11:00 AM »

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Re: Gamot sa Pigsa?
« Reply #2 on: September 20, 2011, 12:15:56 AM »
Naku hirap niyan, sobrang sakit. nagkaroon ako dati nyan sa kilikili, limang pigsa sabay sabay, nilagnat ako ng mataas dahil sa kirot...


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Re: Gamot sa Pigsa?
« Reply #3 on: September 20, 2011, 12:17:28 AM »
nagkaroon ako ng pigsa 2 years ago na ata sa my malapit s wetpaks...

sobrang sakit talaga niya kaya ayon pina-check up sa doctor
ang ginawala parang inoperahan hehehe...

hiniwaan konti tapos pinasa yung nana (sorry for the term...)
un yung masakit pero afert nun ok na ako heheh... ang bilis
compared sa pahihinugin saka sa koyo...

pagkahiwa niya nililinis lan yung sugat ng betadine ska yung
nilalagay sa sugat na bumubula pag nilagyan yung sugat
tapos cream na parang anti bacterial ba un or pampaheal ng sugat..
tapos bandage lan cia..

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Re: Gamot sa Pigsa?
« Reply #4 on: September 20, 2011, 12:22:25 AM »
ano po dahilan bakit nagkakapigsa po?


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Re: Gamot sa Pigsa?
« Reply #5 on: September 20, 2011, 12:27:28 AM »
Maraming dahilan kung bakit nagkakaroon ng pigsa.
To itemize, some of the reasons can be either

1. Ingrown Hair
2. May foreign body na naiwan sa balat natin dulot ng pagkasalubsob o kaya natinik ka sa paa at di maalis.
3. May pigsa na dulot ng bacteriang Staphylococcus. Nakakapasok ito sa pamamagitan ng hair to the follicle or maliit na hiwa sa balat o gasgas na infected ng bacteriang ito ay nagiging pigsa.
4. Ang mga taong may diabetes, poor hygeine, poor nutrition, may problema sa immune system at mga taong expose sa matapang na chemical na nakaiirita sa balat ay nagkakaraon din ng pigsa.
Nagkakaroon tayo ng pigsa sa katawan dahil meron tayong problema sa ating kalusugan

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Re: Gamot sa Pigsa?
« Reply #6 on: September 20, 2011, 12:30:51 AM »
question ok given na may pigsa ka sinong Specialist(Doctor) ang dapat lapitan pag may ganito? Dermatologist ba dapat?


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Re: Gamot sa Pigsa?
« Reply #7 on: July 24, 2012, 09:12:31 PM »
Pigsa is a Filipino word for boils. Boils usually form when one or more hair follicles — the tube-shaped shafts from which hair grows — become infected with staph bacteria (Staphylococcus aureus).

Staph bacteria that cause boils generally enter through a cut, scratch or other break in your skin. As soon as this occurs, specialized white blood cells called neutrophils rush to the site to fight the infection. This leads to inflammation and eventually to the formation of pus — a mixture of old white blood cells, bacteria and dead skin cells.

Anyone can develop boils, but the following factors can increase your risk:

Poor general health. Having chronic poor health makes it harder for your immune system to fight infections.

Diabetes. This disease can make it more difficult for your body to fight infection, including bacterial infections of your skin.

Clothing that binds or chafes. The constant irritation from tight clothing can cause breaks in your skin, making it easier for bacteria to enter your body.

Other skin conditions. Because they damage your skin's protective barrier, skin problems, such as acne and dermatitis, make you more susceptible.
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Immune-suppressing medications. Long-term use of corticosteroids, such as prednisone or other drugs that suppress your immune system, can increase your risk.
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Boil prevention is not always possible, if you have a compromised immune system. The following measures may help you avoid staph infections:

Thoroughly clean even small cuts and scrapes. Wash well with soap and water and apply an over-the-counter antibiotic ointment.

Avoid constricting clothing.
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If you suffer from boils frequently, I would suggest making an apointment with your doctor soon. Blood tests can be done to see if you have an underlying condition that may be contributing to this problem. Typically, if your immune system is healthy, boils shouldn't be a problem.
Source(s):
http://www.pds.org.ph/news_skin_infections.php
http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/boils-and-carbuncles/DS00466/DSECTION=10
« Last Edit: July 24, 2012, 09:16:56 PM by medboy »

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Re: Gamot sa Pigsa?
« Reply #8 on: March 31, 2013, 05:46:11 PM »
ano po bang mabisang gamot para sa pigsa? at para di na po bumalik ulit. may pigsa po kasi ako1week na sobrang sakit. share nyo po sana kung may alam kayong gamot para sa pigsa at yung mabisa talaga.

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Re: Gamot sa Pigsa?
« Reply #9 on: March 31, 2013, 07:14:12 PM »
ano po bang mabisang gamot para sa pigsa? at para di na po bumalik ulit. may pigsa po kasi ako1week na sobrang sakit. share nyo po sana kung may alam kayong gamot para sa pigsa at yung mabisa talaga.

Ano ang pigsa
Ang pigsa ay isang impeksyon sa balat na nag-uumpisa sa ugat ng buhok o balahibo (hair follicle). Sa Ingles ito’y tinatawag na boils, sty, o furuncle; pag nagsama ang dalawa o mas marami pang furuncle, ang pigsa ay tinatawag ng furuncle. Anong nangyayari sa kondisyon na ito? Una, ang balat na mamumula sa palibot ng lugar ng impeksyon; at magkakaroon ng namamagang umbok o bukol, na siyang tinatawag na pigsa. Makaraan ang 3-7 na araw, ang pigsa ay magiging puti o dilaw dahil sa nabubuong nana na loob nito.

Ang mga pigsa ay malamit matatagpuan sa mukha, sa leeg, sa kilikili, sa braso, at sa balakang. Isang espesyal na uri ng pigsa ay ang kuliti o pigsa sa talukap ng mata (eyelid).


Ano ang gamot sa pigsa?

Ang gamot sa pigsa ay antibiotic dahil infection din ito sa katawan uminom ng amoxcicilyn 500mg 3x a day every 8 hours tuloy tuloy lang ang gamot hanggang sa mahinog. Pag hinog na piliting tirisin at palabasin ang nana gamit ang malinin na kamay hanggang maalis ang mata nito uminom ulit ng antibiotic para gumaling na at matanggal ang mga naiwang impeksyon.


Ano ang sanhi ng pigsa?

Mga mikrobyo o germs ay karaniwang sanhi ng pigsa. Isang karaniwang mikrobyo ay nagmumula sa pamilya ng mga bacteria na tinatawag na Staphylococcus. Ang mga bacteria na ito ay maaaring sumuot sa mga maliit na maliit na hiwa o butas sa ating balat na siya namang dala ng sugat, pagkadali, atbp.

May mga sakit o kondisyon ring nagpapataas ng probabilidad na magkaroon ng pigsa. Kabilang dito ang mga sumusunod:

   - Diabetes
   -  Malnutrition o kakulangan sa pagkain
   -  Poor hygiene o pagiging madumihin
   -  Pagiging mahine ng immune system

Paano maiiwasan ang pigsa?

   -  Ang pigsa ay maiiwasan sa pamamagitan ng mga sumusunod na hakbang:
   -  Pagiging malinis
   -  Regular na paghuhugas ng mga tela sa bahay gaya ng mga tuwalya, kumot, tela ng kama, atbp.
   -  Paghuhugas ng mabuti sa mga sugat na maliliit para hindi ito magbigay daan sa mga pigsa
   -  Regular na paghuhugas ng kamay at ng katawan



Kumunsulta sa doktor para mabigyan ng tamang lunas.. Gamitin lang ang mga impormasyong ito bilang isang kaalaman.


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