How To Deal With Wounds On The Nose That Are Wide And Black?
Good morning, yesterday I had a small wound between the 2 nostrils and it hasn’t fully healed. When I was doing LDKO activity yesterday, my face was required to be given mud streaks, at that time I forgot that if there was a wound and the wound was covered in mud and when it was dry the mud was painful and when cleaning the mud the wound widened then red but the longer it turned black, brown like a scab and sometimes there was a crust yellow, and is getting wider and wider over time. Please help, how is the cure r n?. R nThank you
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what you experience is exposed to soil that contains many disease-causing germs. Normally the skin is the body's first defense against the entry of disease-causing germs. However, if there is damage to the skin (wound), germs can enter and cause tissue infection around the wound. These germs can also enter the bloodstream and spread throughout the body, causing the condition to be more severe than before.
However, the body itself has antibodies that are tasked with destroying incoming germs. These antibodies are also present in skin tissue. When germs enter the skin tissue through the wound, the skin's blood vessels will widen, so the skin will appear red or inflamed. In addition, white blood cells, which are antibodies, pass from the blood vessels to the infected tissue and destroy disease-causing germs. Antibodies together with dead germs and cells that are destroyed into pus that is yellowish or greenish yellow.
Wounds infected with these germs must first be wet compressed with rivanol or physiological NaCl to dry before applying antibiotic ointment. You should avoid covering the wound because it can cause germs to reproduce properly. Also, keep the wound from getting wet, as wet wounds can slow healing. You can cover the wound while bathing or when doing activities outside the home to avoid contaminating other germs from outside the body.
Do not hesitate to consult the nearest doctor if the wound does not heal or is even getting wider.
Thus, hopefully this is useful.