Fall Wounds Always Come Out Yellowish Liquid And Feel Hot?
Good evening,rnI want to ask a question 2 days ago I fell while playing football and had an injury. Until now, I have treated my wound with antiseptic and cleaned it every day. But every time I clean it there is always a clear yellow liquid and red around the wound. In addition, when I give medicine, the wound feels hot. Is that fair?
From the information you conveyed, complaints of painful wounds and clear yellowish discharge from the wound are normal conditions in the initial phase after a fall. With good care, it is hoped that in 5-7 days your wound can dry and heal.
However, to prevent open wounds from developing infectious complications and prolong wound healing, you should consult directly with your family doctor for evaluation and treatment of the wound you are experiencing.
The doctor will determine whether this open wound requires stitches or open wound care in general. Treatment and administration of drugs by a doctor is expected to help reduce complaints and the risk of infection in your wound.
All you need to do is continue your wound care, and avoid contact of the wound with water. If you are at risk of exposure to dust or dirt around it, you should cover the wound until you see your doctor. If the wound is dry, you should avoid removing the dry wound layer independently, let the dry layer peel off after skin repair occurs.
That's the information we can convey, also read all-around-good-open-wound care.