Abscess is a boil, formed on different parts or organs of the body, which often causes inflammation and swelling. The middle of the abscess often has pus formation and is very painful.
Abscess is usually an infection caused by bacteria or a parasite.

What causes Abscess?
An abscess is the response to the body’s defence mechanism to kill the outer germs that enter the layer of the skin, often causing pus formation in the middle, inflammation around the infected area and leads to increased pain.

Why does one get frequent Abscess or boils?
Frequent abscess simply means weaker immunity system i.e., the body is vulnerable to catch infections very often, stating that the defence mechanism of the body is not functioning right.

Where does one get Abscess?
Common body parts or organs that can be sites of abscess are skin, nose, mouth, tonsils, sinus, lungs, liver etc.

Easily identifiable symptoms of Abscess are:

  • Acute pain.
  • Pus Formation.
  • Swelling and redness around the infected site.
  • Fever.

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