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How an I get rid of boil in my buttocks ?

i have a boil in my right back from past one year. location is exactly at the sitting condition. i dont have pain and its not hard. once in a week there will be discharge of mucous and blood when the boil opens (i ll squeeze it to open) and rest will be fine until a week or 10days , again the boil returns. i am 31yrs of age ,male. no diabetes , slight cholesterol. otherwise healthy. i used to smoke, but left from one year, drink occassionally (once in a week) please advice
Asked On : Wed, 13 Apr 2011
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Dear Pradeep,
get your self examined by a surgeon.This might not a simple boil.It could be cyst or discharging sinus which has got a connection inside .So please get a examination done.Depending upon the cause treatment is must.Please do not take any medicine without seeing doctor.
Answered: Wed, 13 Apr 2011
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