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I figured it might lead to some form of cancer with all the inflamation your body is in
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Hidradenitis suppurativa is an inflammatory condition of the apocrine skin, usually found under the arms and in the groin. It is characterized by chronic folliculitis in these… areas that may progress to large boils and possibly ulcerated lesions that drain pus. The condition may be quite painful, and is typically recurrent and may have periods of remission from a few weeks to years between episodes. Frequently, surgical intervention is required for treatment or cure.
Yes, hidradenitis suppuratvia appears to be an autoimmune disease...
Yes it can but generally swabs taken from HS drainage come back negative to any infection.
I have received 2 surgery's for HS in the axial area...the first one then 6 weeks later the second one..5 years later i still have the same pain the right arm it never came ba…ck..the left arm which was more severe never went away..it drains, stinks..very embarressing..the healing process is about 1 week in hospital and 6-8 weeks bed rest..
Check up in this related link below (Merriam Webster's Online Dictionary) for proper pronunciation and type Hidradenitis Suppurativa. (Hy - drad - enit - is -- Soup …- you - ray - tie - va)
Yes, indeed it can, and is most often found in these areas but also underarms breasts, groins, thighs and bottom. For further information and support:- http:/www.hsfriends….co.uk
They are both Autoimmune diseases, that is, when your body attacks itself. So if an individual were predisposed to autoimmune responses, it would be possible that one could ha…ve them both simultaneously. In other words, They can be.
Hidradenitis Suppurativa (HS) is not sexually transmitted. HS Is not contagious in any way.
An infected sweat gland in the armpit.
absolutely not and telling someone with hs to quit smoking cold turkey is attempted murder the stress to the body caused one woman to have an outbreak that caused her to de of… sepsis and another to almost die
I'm no doctor, but I am an HS patient and yes, I think they are related. I don't understand why HS hasn't been classified as an auto-immune disease officially.
11450 excision of skin and subcutaneous tissue for hidradenitis, axillary; with simple or intermediate repair / 11451 | excision of skin and subcutaneous tissue for hidradeni…tis, axillary; with complex repair
Hidradenitis suppurativa is a skin disease affecting the sweat glands like underarms, inner thighs, under breasts, groin and buttocks. It appears as clusters of abscesses.
The skin condition Hidradenitis Suppurativa is typically long-term in duration and affects the body by causing boils to grow in areas like the genitals and underarms where swe…at glands are prevalent. Treatments include topical antibiotics and oral contraceptive pills for women in some cases.