Overcome The Keloid That Appears In The Surgical Cyst Scar Removal?
Excuse me I want to ask … r nI was a year ago undergoing surgical removal of the right ovarian cyst. After that my periods were normal and I asked the doctor about my uterus and ovaries next to them to be fine. 2 months later in the former op.nya keloid arises n lately the package feels mild pain what is it no what? Are the bkas strong if they are made ??
Hello Linda Dewi,
Keloid is a form of scar tissue that arises due to excessive tissue growth during the wound healing process. Keloid generally in the form of tissue that grows beyond normal skin height and exceeds the width of the wound underneath. Initially, keloids are usually purplish red, as age can fade slightly. Keloids usually cause complaints of itching, pain, and movement disorders when formed in the joint area. Some people have a higher risk for keloids, more in people with dark skin.
Keloids, like other scar tissue, will not open again even if the skin is stretchy or due to pressure. Scarring still has elasticity even though it is not as good as normal skin. Keloids are usually prevented by using silicone gel pads. Can also be reduced in size and complaints caused by the use of corticosteroids both topically (dioles) or injected directly into the keloid (intralesional) or the use of therapies such as laser or cryotherapy. In the case of a very annoying keloid surgery can be done to remove the keloid, but still at risk of reoccurring at the site of the former operation.
Thus the explanation from me, may be useful.