My fiance' has been having boils since he was about 10yrs old but has only lanced one. He is now 32yrs and they are now reoccuring alot, but everytime they disappear before they 'mature'. Recently he developed one but this time its formed clusters of what look like blisters and filled wit puss, they are very painful.
Can boils be transmitted from one person to another?
Am i at rusk of getting such infections?
Can it be a STI like herpes?
they are probubly his bodys way of detoxifying he needs to try a high dose of iodine daily to keep his insides healthy my worry is is if his largest organ of his body aka the skin is infecting this way whats going on in the inside of his body if you cant afford this then when he starts feeling those bumps come on have him detoxify with a drink of hot water and epsome salts cover the taste with grapejuice just mix it into a 20 empty pop he can double up and soak in a bath of epsom salts as well he may have to run to the bathroom a few times BUT hey his body is going to be doing so much better cheer up
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