How To Handle An Abscess In A Breast That Has Broken?
I have a breast abscess r nThere are two places on the right side of the nipple and under the nipple r nNow it has broken and the pus does not stop * r nWhat do I clean the spah pus does not hit the clothes r nThe color of the kmren my clothes are wet all affected. pus,,
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Breast abscess is the formation of a collection of pus in the breast usually found under the skin layer and generally feels painful. Breast abscesses often arise due to complications from mastitis. If you experience a breast abscess, symptoms can include:
Feel a soft lump, the boundary is firmly accompanied by pain, pain that is felt is usually severe Redness Fever on the skin around the breast Redness Lumps feel hot or warm The skin around the abscess also swells. Some factors that can increase the risk of a woman experiencing breast abscess include: smoking, having a history of previous mastitis, having diabetes, doing piercing of the nipple, being on medication that suppresses endurance, is infected with the HIV virus.
Breast abscesses require treatment from medication to treatment. If the abscess is not handled properly, it can cause complications such as the spread and spread of infection. If the infection spreads throughout the blood circulation, the condition is called sepsis. And this condition is also dangerous.
Therefore to ensure and treat an abscess in the breast you should consult yourself immediately to a surgeon, especially if there is enough pus and is difficult to clean. If the abscess is mild or small, the doctor will usually provide treatment in the form of anti-pain and antibiotics.
Whereas if the abscess is large enough the doctor can take action in the form of suctioning (aspiration) of the abscess with a needle guided by ultrasound, and if there is enough pus and is difficult to aspirate usually the doctor will take an action called a drainage incision. Drainage incision is generally done in all cases of abscesses, before the procedure is usually performed local anesthesia, then given an incision as a way out of pus, and the incision is left open so that the pus continues to come out is not trapped. And if the pus is completely clean the doctor will examine and re-evaluate the incision.
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