Black Spots On The Fingers After Being Pierced By A Sharp Object?
Hello, doctor, I was stabbed by a plug child at my school again when I inserted a book when I inserted a book, then the stker kid was gone, then I filled it in when I filled it up, then I pressed the plug, the top of which I hit my thumb and when I got home, I checked my hand. I have spots in the middle, are they spots or holes? I don’t know, please doctor, what’s the solution?
When a finger is pierced by a sharp object, damage to capillaries can result in bleeding (bleeding wounds). When bleeding occurs, the body will try to stop the bleeding by the process of blood clotting.
Sometimes a black or purple or bluish point appears in the stab wound. As long as it is certain that there are no residual plugs left in the wound, this condition is generally nothing to worry about and can improve in the next few days as the healing process.
However, if there is pain that does not improve, swelling, redness, festering wounds, fever, or you experience stiffness in the neck and jaw muscles, you should immediately consult a doctor or the nearest emergency room so that further examination can be done to ensure your condition and so that you get more precise handling.
In the meantime, you can keep the area of the stab wound clean, cool compresses if it feels a little painful, and don't need to massage, squeeze, or gouge the black spots.
Hope it helps you,