Blood Still Comes Out From The Circumcision Scar?
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Bleeding arising after circumcision / circumcision is normal and often occurs, but generally a little and disappear within 1 or 2 days. If the bleeding occurs more than 3 days and the amount is large it needs to be considered whether there is a problem in the area. Some things that can cause bleeding include:
Infection, in addition to causing bleeding can also occur pain, swelling, redness, until pus can arise.
Trauma or injury or excessive activity causing stitches to come apart or new sores that cause bleeding.
Blood clotting disorders, usually characterized by wounds that are difficult to heal, often experience bleeding such as nosebleeds, bleeding gums, etc., often appear bruises with no known cause, or reddish spots on the skin that do not disappear with emphasis.
If the bleeding is very much and is still flowing, you should immediately consult a doctor who performs these actions in order to get the right treatment. The doctor will re-examine and may prescribe some medications and take action to stop the bleeding. For drug administration it should be consulted to a doctor so that the drugs given are appropriate and not excessive.
Some things you can do at home include:
Cover with sterile gauze on the area that is bleeding, this is expected to stop the bleeding.
Keep the wound clean and dry, clean the tip of the penis gently and slowly after every urination
Use loose pants to avoid friction
Take the medication your doctor prescribes regularly
Eat nutritious foods
Get plenty of rest, avoid excessive activity until the wound heals completely
Drink enough water
If bleeding is active or flowing profusely you should immediately consult a doctor.
Thus, hopefully useful.