Exhaust Scars Come Back Red After Swimming?
Yesterday, my leg got hit by a motorcycle exhaust, but it’s dry, only the wound remains. But after swimming, the scar is now growing like a blister, the color is red.
Blisters are actually a condition where the skin tissue separates from the underlying tissue so that the appearance can resemble bubbles on the skin. In addition to a bacterial infection of the skin, namely impetigo, blisters can usually appear due to burns because the layers of skin are separated due to exposure to heat, which is suitable for those of you who have a history of skin exposure to hot objects. Keep in mind that these blisters should not be opened, because it serves as a protector of infection of the underlying tissue. It is also important to monitor whether the blisters are infected, for example by looking for signs of further inflammation with pus. If the condition of the wound looks worrisome, it is important for you to check with a doctor first to see the degree of burn and treatment. Here we attach an article about burns. Hope it is useful.
dr. N. K. Arief