How To Treat Surgery Scars Above The Hollow Buttocks Fold Rather Deep?
I want to ask. I finished the operation in the wound part of the fold over the buttocks. Initially it was dry again normally. Pas happened to often sit on the floor with blisters and holes. My color was paralyzed, I couldn’t walk. It’s been 6 months since the wound hasn’t dried yet and the meat hasn’t grown yet. Is it because of thin body that the growth of meat is slow doctor? For the treatment of external injuries. I want to ask what other medicines should I consume for growing flesh with a hollow wound and let the doctor dry quickly? Pleas beg for a solution.
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Long-term overemphasis on a particular area of the body can cause blood flow to and from that area to be not smooth. As a result, the supply of oxygen and nutrients to the tissues in the area is also hampered to the point where tissue death is vulnerable. Not only that, excessive friction and skin release that occurs continuously in this depressed area can further hamper the healing process. All of these factors can then cause ulcers, which in the medical realm is termed pressure sores. In people who are accustomed to sitting for long periods, as you are paralyzed and unable to walk, these ulcers most often appear in the buttocks area. Aside from the stress factor, the formation of these ulcers is also influenced by the sensory impairment experienced by the patient, lack of nutrition and hydration, as well as certain medical conditions in patients that affect the smooth flow of blood, for example diabetes, blood vessel disorders, and so on. Your thin body can make friction around your buttocks and bones heavier because it is not protected by a thick fat pad.
Your condition should get direct treatment from a doctor or surgeon. Because, if the wound you experience is not handled properly, it is not impossible that more serious complications will arise, for example cellulitis (soft tissue infections), the spread of infection to bones, joints, or blood, to increase the risk of cancer formation (especially carcinoma cells flat). In the condition as you experience it, often, the doctor will first do wound care, debridement (remove dead skin tissue), and provide medicines to deal with infections and various other complaints that arise. In more severe conditions, surgery can also be performed to close an open wound (often also called a flap reconstruction).
In a free forum like this, it is not appropriate for us to directly recommend the type of medication that you need to take, because we do not know your exact condition through direct examination. More precisely, you should check your condition directly to the doctor or surgeon so that it is handled properly. Not only that, you should also take the following steps to get better faster:
Even if you can't stand or walk, be diligent to change your sitting and sleeping position, don't let your buttocks get excessive pressure for a long time. When sitting or lying down, make sure your seat or lying down is clean, dry, not too soft but also not too hard, and good air circulation Ask for the help of your close relatives to periodically clean the wounds on your buttocks, namely by: Use gloves when cleaning your buttocks Wet sterile gauze with intravenous fluids (NaCl) Gently press the wound on your buttocks, do not rub or forced forcefully Don't close the wound too tight on the buttocks Do not also give indiscriminate treatment of the wound on the buttocks Eat healthy and nutritious food every day, especially those rich in calories and protein.