A Small Wound That Was Scratched After A Long Time Healed Became Bloated, Filled And Watery?
…. mt MLM nWould like to ask the doctor … why did my skin get injured or scratched, different wood, plaques, pimples, etc. nThe length of time it heals, it will become red sprouts and will continue to fester and runny … it will take a long time to heal. n this is classified as a disease: wet diabetes, sepikis / HIV / aids or common skin diseases. nMoreover, 3 months before y I passed the full medical results of y vit.
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The duration of wound healing is influenced by several things, namely:
The size and depth of the wound The location of the wound The nutritional status of a person.
Uncontrolled diabetes mellitus Disease or blockage of arteries (peripheral artery disease) Infection of wounds A poor immune system, for example in post-organ transplant patients, HIV, blood cancer If you have a wound, you should check the wound with a general practitioner to see its condition and determined the appropriate treatment. The doctor will determine whether the wound needs stitches, whether it should be treated open or closed, if there is infection, and so on. If there is a suspicion of an underlying disease that takes a long time to heal, the doctor will do a tracking of the disease and if necessary will refer you to a particular specialist according to the suspected disease for further tracking. After that you will be treated according to the underlying disease.
The things you can do to prevent deterioration and support wound healing are:
If it has been allowed by the doctor to treat the wound yourself, you can clean the wound using sterile gauze soaked with 0.9% NaCL. Clean the wound with gauze, avoid rubbing the wound Wash your hands before touching the wound area and its surroundings Keep the wound clean and avoid getting wet by unsterile water Consume nutritious foods that contain high protein to support wound healing. Get enough rest Avoid stress Control blood sugar if there is diabetes mellitus that is the explanation from me, hope it helps and useful :)
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