Can Small Blue Stitches Absorb The Skin?
Mlem. I want to ask your toes as if my nails are loose and torn and need stitches, how long will it take and how long will the thread be absorbed by the skin?
Hello Riski, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
The process of healing a wound is greatly influenced by many factors such as the depth of the wound, which organ is injured, blood circulation in the area of the wound and also how the wound care is carried out, so it cannot be stated exactly how long it takes for a wound to heal . But in general, injuries that occur on the skin can begin to experience improvement within 1-2 weeks after the injury occurs, but can also be more especially if not treated properly.
Regarding the thread whether it can be absorbed or not by the body, all depends on the yarn material itself and the color and size of the thread cannot be used as a main reference to find out whether the yarn is made from which can be absorbed or not because to find out, you must first read the packaging of the yarn.
Therefore, it is highly recommended that you exercise control according to the advice of the doctor who sewed your wound and ask your doctor directly whether the thread needs to be removed or not. It is also advisable to continue to perform wound care in accordance with the doctor's recommendations and also to keep the wound from being exposed to dirt so that there is no infection that can slow wound healing.
I hope this helps.