How Do You Deal With Keloids That Have Been Used In The Installation Of A Pen That Secretes Clear Fluid?
, in May I had a pen under the knee and a tibia in the middle.
Hello Budi, thank you for the question.
Keloid scars often cause itching or pain. In some people, the itching can last for years. Scratching the keloid can cause blisters. If the hands, nails, or locations that are scratched when there are pathogenic bacteria, bacteria can be lodged in the abrasions and cause infection. Gradually the infection can spread or cause an abscess.
From the description written, the possibility of injury to the keloid develops into an abscess filled with pus and tissue fluid. An abscess that has ruptured sometimes secretes fluid or pus for days. To overcome this, the doctor will usually make a small incision to widen the opening of the abscess, then clean the inside of the abscess by irrigating NaCl, then install a drainage (drying system) so that the abscess fluid that is formed can be channeled out and not held inside. Wounds on the knee are indeed more difficult to heal because they continue to be affected by movement.
Another possibility is a fistula or channel that normally does not exist, which connects the inside of the body to the outside environment. But it is also possible for pen infections. The pen that is attached is a foreign object and may evoke an immune response. If the fluid does not stop after a few days or the complaint is burdensome, consult your doctor immediately. The doctor will determine whether there is an infection with attached bone or just a skin infection.
Hope this answer helps yes. Regards.