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Folliculitis Carbunculosis - Causes, Symptoms and Treatment

Folliculitis Carbunculosis is an infection of the hair follicle caused by Staphylococcus bacteria. It is a common disorder of the skin, and it can occur at any age. Typically it appears as an eruption of skin that surrounds a hair or hair pore. Many red bumps or pus bumps are seen. Frequently a hair is seen coming out of the center of an individual bump. Any part of the skin can be involved except for the palms and soles. While folliculitis Carbunculosis can occur anywhere there is body hair, most often it appears in areas that become irriated by shaving, the rubbing of clothes, or where follicles and pores are blocked by oils and dirt. Coomon sites of folliculitis Carbunculosis include the face, the scalp, under the arms, and on the legs. Folliculitis can also be found in the beard area, known as barber's itch or pseudofolliculities and sometimes on the scalp along the front hairline with small, very itchy rash like pustules (small blisters with pus inside). Folliculitis skin infections primarily affect younger adults. Folliculitis Carbunculosis appears as small, round and slightly elevated pus-filled pimples or pustules that form around the hair follicles, located in the center of each lesion. The affected areas often cause mild discomfort as the infected lesions become swollen and tender. Itching is common and often the biggest complaint.

Folliculitis Carbunculosis is the name given to inflammation of hair follicles that can be caused by several factors. But folliculitis, an infection of the hair follicles, is no laughing matter. Severe cases may cause permanent hair loss and scarring, and even mild folliculitis can be uncomfortable and embarrassing. Folliculitis Carbunculosis usually appears as small, white-headed pimples around one or more hair follicles the tiny pockets from which each hair grows. Most infections are superficial, and although they may itch, they're seldom painful. Superficial folliculitis often clears by itself in a few days, but deep or recurring folliculitis may need medical treatment.

Causes of Folliculitis Carbunculosis

:The common causes and risk factor's of Folliculitis include the following:

  • Folliculitis develops when bacteria, such as Staphylococcus, or a fungus enters the body through a cut, scrape, surgical incision, or other break in the skin near a hair follicle.
  • Excess perspiration, which can block the follicles.
  • Have a disease such as diabetes or AIDS that lowers your ability to fight infection.
  • Friction from shaving or tight clothing.
  • Use antibiotics or steroid cream for long periods.

Symptoms of Folliculitis Carbunculosis

:Some of the common sign and symptoms of the disease Folliculitis Carbunculosis are as follows:

  • History of using hot tub within previous 3 days.
  • Itchy, bumpy, red rash appearing within 2 days of hot tub exposure.
  • Bumps developing into dark red tender nodules.
  • A reddened rash.
  • Rash.
  • Itching skin.

Treatment of Folliculitis Carbunculosis

Find effective treatment methods of treating Folliculitis Carbunculosis :

  • A pill such as tetracycline or minocycline can be given for 4 to 6 weeks.
  • If folliculitis ( Tinea barbae ) occurs on the scalp or beard area, a shampoo containing selenium sulfide 2.5%, selenium 1%, or 50% propylene glycol can be used.
  • Tinea barbae infection can be effectively treated with oral antifungal medications.
  • For severe cases, oral antibiotics such as Keflex, Erythromycin, or Cipro can be used.
  • Garlic ( Allium sativum ) and goldenseal ( Hydrastis canadensis ), both antiseptic agents against staph infections, may be taken.

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