So this is how I had an accident and there was a deep and long leg wound, for 3 months my wound had disappeared but instead it was wet again because of my scratching because I felt itchy. Finally, the wound produced a kind of liquid, either pus or something. I was confused and afraid that the wound could be like that again but not bleeding.
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. In the process of wound healing, itching is one of the symptoms that is very disturbing. Dry wounds often cause itching, which unfortunately if followed by scratching, can cause more injuries, infection and actually make the wound that had almost healed to be open again.
That is likely what you experience. The clear liquid is most likely a pus or form of white blood cells that gather in response to infection, which can come from the finger nails, the surface of the skin, clothing or lack of hygiene.
Our advice, you should check your condition to the doctor to see how severe the condition is, and to be further ascertained whether the condition you are experiencing is pure infection or there is a role for other medical conditions. Your doctor may prescribe oral medication and topical medication to deal with your problem.
The important thing for you to do now is not to scratch it, no matter how itchy. Keep it clean, and compress with cold compresses to reduce the itching. If it is still unbearable, immediately go to the doctor so you can immediately be given a prescription drug to reduce itching, and wear loose clothing so that there is no friction between the skin and clothing. So, hopefully answering your question.