This can be normal. Sometimes people get boils in that area because the area is not clean.
Not calling you dirty, its just that bacteria lives everywhere on our bodies and can sometimes get into the skin and breed infection.
Those areas tend to be sweaty and confined by clothing, particularly in the summer months.
Showering at least twice a day or at least wiping the area clean once you get home should help cut down on the boils.
Try not to wear tight pants, for that could also contribute to the problem.
Warm compresses and warm baths can help.
If within a few days it doesn't get better, you may have to go to the doctor and get it lanced.
it is nothing to be ashamed of but you probably have an allergic reaction to the soap you use, it is common but if the rash\ boils does not go away even after you treat it then it could either be infected or you may have to consult a doctor which is highly recommended in that case.
Actually boils in your private are doesn't necessarily mean an STD, but regarless you have to get it checked out by a doctor. I know that people with weaker immune systems can get boils much easier in those persons and you need to find out what is causing this.
nobody that is actually clean gets boials on there privates its probly a genital wart but if its like an actualy boial or blister like when u get burnt, mabey ur water was scolding hot. but im pretty sure it a wart
no idea, but a bread poll is soppose to help.....soak bread in milk then somehow get it to stay on that area over night, it's soppose to drain the boil. repeat next night if needed.
"Boils" shouldnt be in your private area, that sounds like an std, not a cleanliness problem. In any case it needs to be seen by a doctor because its not normal.
I agree with Mandyloo...you need to get checked out by a doctor...that is not normal.
I don't think boils are caused by allergic reactions to soap. ¬_¬
Are you talking about boils or pimples?