Back Pain And Purplish Color After Exposure To Hot Water?
Hello, I have a complaint to tell. A few days ago I was exposed to hot water on the back of my leg, but it was only a minor wound and was in the healing stage. But the purple on the back of my leg still hasn’t faded, even now the back of my left leg, which is very clear purple, often feels pain like leg cramps. Please have more information and how to solve it. Thank you
Burns are classified into three degrees. The lightest grade is called first degree and so on. This grouping is based on severity and makes it easier to determine treatment management. It is necessary to have a direct examination to determine the severity of your wound, because we need to assess the depth and extent of the burn.
The redness or even purplish color you mean can be caused by inflammation of the skin due to exposure to heat. If you feel a cramping or tingling sensation, it is possible that the inflammation is not only limited to the surface of the skin but has also involved the peripheral nerves around the wound. For that you are strongly advised to see a doctor immediately.
Another sign to watch out for is a burn that needs to be treated by a doctor if the wound does not heal within a few weeks, has very large blisters, and is accompanied by signs of infection.
The following is an article about natural burns medicine and its abstinence.
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