A skin abscess looks much like a pimple, but it is larger. It is also usually deeper under the skin. Abscesses contain pus or clear fluid and typically do not pose a threat to a person’s health. Larger abscesses may require medical intervention, but they are not necessarily dangerous.
The most obvious symptom of an abscess is a painful, compressible area of skin that may look like a large pimple or even an open sore. The skin around the abscess may look red and feel tender and warm. You may also see pus draining from the site.
Abscess on Skin
Oil Pulling Method
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