Overcoming Fish Eye Surgery Scars That Don’t Dry Up?
Hello, I want it, right at the beginning of March my husband had fish eye surgery. But until now the wound is not dry either. Does it take a long time to heal in the leg?rnEvery week we go to the surgeon for control, but why hasn’t it healed yet. What should I do?rnOh yes, 2 weeks ago, I had a metro compress on the wound as well. Then now all the stitches have been taken. But because there was pus in the wound, it turned into skin, which the pus was removed by the doctor. And my husband’s leg just opened like that. So the walk has been on tiptoe for a month. The problem is the wound on the heel.
Fish eye surgery if there are no certain things that need to be watched out for, such as chronic diseases, blood clotting disorders and others, is one of the mild surgery categories.
There are many things that can affect the healing of surgical scars, starting from the surgical method used, the extent and depth of the wound, complications, treatment, nutrition and others.
From the breadth and depth of the wound, the wider and deeper the wound, the longer the healing process. Then treatment also determines the healing process, if it is well cared for, the risk of infection will also decrease so the wound will heal quickly. The occurrence of infection in the wound can be characterized by the presence of pus, swelling and wounds that do not heal. Then, there are also various other conditions that make it difficult to heal from wounds, such as the most common besides infection, diabetes mellitus.
In the process of wound healing, nutrients are also needed by the body so that the ingredients for the healing process can also be met.
What can be done is:
Avoid getting water on the wound Keep the wound clean Take medicine regularly as recommended by the doctor Avoid using herbs or drugs outside of the doctor's advice Avoid scratching the wound Eat high protein foods such as egg whites, meat, fish if there is no allergy If you have other diseases (such as diabetes , autoimmune and others) consult your doctor and take medication according to the rules
It's a good idea to continue to control regularly to evaluate the results of therapy. Does it need to be given additional therapy, action or something else. It could be, if it does not go away, later the doctor may check for other conditions, consult another specialist to find out other causes, or refer to a doctor who is more skilled.
I hope this helps.