Oral Medication To Accelerate Wound Drying?
is there an oral medication that accelerates wound drying
Thank you for the question.
There are many types of injuries, and therefore, the handling can be different. Before answering your question, it should be clarified first, what kind of injury is meant? What is the size of the area? What caused it? When exactly did the injury occur? Does the wound bleed continuously, fluid, or pus?
Normally, cells in the skin and supporting tissues will be stimulated to regenerate more quickly when a wound occurs. The regeneration of these cells on average will last around 28 days. However, for this process to be able to close the wound completely, of course it takes time to vary, depending on the depth of the wound, the extent of the wound, the type of the wound, the cleanliness of the wound, the treatment taken to treat the wound, the activities you do everyday, your nutritional intake , and many other factors that influence it.
Wounds that continue to get wet most often are caused by extensive or deep wounds. It could also be, the wetness of the wound is caused by repeated irritation or secondary infection of the wound. There are conditions that can be treated independently at home, but those that need to be treated by a doctor. Without checking the condition of the wound that you are experiencing, it is certainly not right for us to provide treatment advice. Worried, improper treatment can actually make your wound condition worse.
It is better to check yourself directly to the doctor, surgeon, or dermatologist. Depending on the condition of the wound, the doctor will be able to treat the wound, give medicine, sew the wound, or also perform other therapeutic modalities. As a first step, at home you can do first:
Clean the wound using sterile gauze soaked with intravenous fluids (NaCl), press gently so that the water and pus inside it come out, but don't rub excessively Don't close the wound too tight, don't also wear tight clothes so as not to irritate the wound Avoid holding the wound with dirty hands Rest the body parts that have injuries from excessive activity Keep the wound so that it stays clean, dry, and does not experience excessive pressure Eat a variety of nutritious foods and drink sufficiently Hopefully it helps yes ..