What is folliculitis?
Folliculitis is the inflammation of one or more hair follicles. The condition may occur anywhere on the skin.1
Folliculitis is caused from bacteria or fungus. Use Dial soap or another antibacterial soap on your entire body. An antibiotic should be used, see your physician for something like doxycycline. It might take up to 2months to rid yourself from these systems. Bacteria hides in the nose, so if you can get an anti-bacterial ointment for the nose as well, you will be thoroughly covered in fighting your frustrating folliculitis.
You used to wear your du-rag alot and then a bump has appeared and now it wont go away it used to be kinda big but then some fluid leaked out now its small but your hair fell out where the bump what i?
In my case, the bumps turned into something resembling large pimples. Go Google "folliculitis." Here's what wikipedia has to say on the subject: "Folliculitis is the inflammation of one or more hair follicles. Folliculitis starts when hair follicles are damaged by friction from clothing, an insect bite, blockage of the follicle, shaving, or braids too tight and too close to the scalp. In most cases of folliculitis, the damaged follicles are then infected with the…
Bumps on the penis could be a normal variant (e.g. fordyce spots, pearly penile papules), a noninfectious dermatologic problem (e.g. folliculitis), a reaction to chemical or mechanical irritation (e.g. shaving bumps --a particular type of folliculitis, or irritant dermatitis), genital warts, molluscum, genital herpes.
An itchy scalp can be a symptom of a staph infection, and it also can be caused by other conditions, like folliculitis, hives, parasites (scabies), or a cyst. For example, folliculitis is an infection of the hair follicles that present symptoms of red and itchy boils. Because a bump on the head can have so many causes, it should be looked at by a doctor for a proper diagnosis.
Yes. Folliculitis and Acne-Like Eruptions are multiple small pimples or pustules that develop around hair follicles on the chest, back, face, scalp, legs, and buttocks. This acne-like skin rash also can be very itchy; patients may scratch enough to cause bleeding and secondary infections. Folliculitis usually is treated with a combination of antihistamines, antibiotics, antibacterial soaps or washes, and topically applied drying lotions used for acne. Ultraviolet light treatment also may be used.