Be sure to wash your hands after wiping the boil in order to avoid being infected yourself, or spreading it to others.
Use a Warm Compress
For painful boils, a warm compress can help give some relief. Be sure to use a clean piece of cloth, and to disinfect it thoroughly after using it on the boil.
Don’t Pop or Squeeze It
Squeezing or popping the boil is not advised as not only is it painful, but it can also spread the infection further. As much as possible, try to leave the popping to a doctor, and do your best to keep the area clean and provide temporary relief to your child.
Consult Your Doctor
If the boil doesn’t drain on its own, is growing bigger, or is not healing, don’t hesitate to consult your doctor. They would best be able to know what to do with your child’s boil, and they can properly treat it to make sure it heals and to avoid further infection. They will also provide the proper gamot sa pigsa ng baby.