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skin problem, getting heat boils - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 30-May-2013
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Very Good Posted in: Skin Hair and Nails
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Doctor:Good afternoon
Doctor:Please proceed with your query
User:this is regarding skin problem
Doctor:Please proceed
Doctor:I shall help you out with this
User:i am getting heat boils
User:this is third time in last two months
User:last time i took required medicine
User:but it is happening again
Doctor:It is quite common to get heat boils in this weather
Doctor:You have to use effective sunscreen
Doctor:This is very important
Doctor:You have to use it every 2 hours
Doctor:Are you doing that?
Doctor:Also ice packs locally if the heat boils are more
Doctor:Start using it now
Doctor:It will help you a lot
Doctor:It is very much necessary to use the sunscreen for the next 2 months at least
Doctor:Buy one with SPF of 50 to 60
User:can you suggest one anti bacterial toilet soap also
Doctor:Dettol is best
Doctor:it will cleanse thoroughly
User:do i need to go for my blood test
Doctor:Not required for this problem
Doctor:Is there any other health issue?
User:i do get sweat alot
Doctor:May I know your age and gender?
User:if i walk for small distance also
User:30 male
Doctor:It is usually normal
Doctor:Is your BMI fine?
Doctor:There is no concerning cause to do blood tests for this
User:i was under impression that , i am heat boils again and again due to some toxinity in my blood
Doctor:Heat boil due to extreme dry condition is much common compared to other causes as you say
User:so nothing to worry much right
Doctor:Nothing to worry
User:thanks alot
Doctor:Is there anything else you wish to ask me?
Doctor:Thank you too
User:no thats it
Doctor:Take care
Doctor:Get well soon
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