Causes And Ways To Deal With Red Skin In Shoulder Injuries?
Hi, my doctor injured my shoulder … but if it healed, my skin turned red … when pressed using a finger, it became a normal color, but if it was lifted from pressure, it turned red.
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The condition you are experiencing may be a normal condition found in the condition of the wound. The pressure movement you make that causes the skin to return to its original color occurs because the blood behind the skin is pushed to the surrounding sides so that it temporarily returns the color. But when the pressure is removed, the blood will re-gather to its original place. In medicine, this is actually a particular examination to determine the layer of skin where bleeding occurs.
So that really needs to be considered about your shoulder injury, have you consulted a doctor or not. If not, check with your orthopedic doctor to find out what parts are affected and how severe, if there is a broken, shifted and so forth. Apart from that handling what is most appropriate for you. If you have already been to a bone doctor and have been treated, make sure you understand how to treat your wounds. If not, ask your doctor for further control and in the meantime, just keep the wound clean and dry. In addition, limit shoulder movements, and multiply protein consumption. So, hopefully answering your question.