Can Sores Be Exposed To Water?
In the afternoon, I was discharged from a motorcycle accident two weeks ago
Hello Christopher, Thank you for the question.
The wound healing time in the body varies depending on which part of the body is injured and a number of other factors including nutrient intake, wound care, and a person's medical condition. Wound healing time can vary from 3 days to 14 days. The wound begins to heal by going through the hemostatic phase (cessation of bleeding) when the initial wound occurs, the inflammation phase of the wound to clean the wound from bacteria and prepare the wound for the growth of new skin cells, the proliferation phase in which new skin cells begin to grow, and the maturation phase of new growing cells . Ulceration is formed from inflammatory fluid that dries and dead skin cells. Usually under this ulcer there has been a growth of new skin cells. Wounds that have formed ulceration may have contact with water. You are not recommended to force this scab off by force. You can wait for this scab to peel by itself.
Hope this answer helps you.