Solution To Overcome The Wound That Is Difficult To Dry?
I am 13Th KNP my wound was wet and it was right yesterday the wound was dry but on 2 HRI my wound was suddenly wet My wound under my ankle And my foot was swollen to the side And I went to the puskesmas sorry no solution
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Wounds that are difficult to dry can occur due to several possibilities, including:
Infected with bacteria Often rubbed on pants, clothing or shoes Not kept dry and clean Experiencing blood clotting disorders Experiencing diabetes Often scratched In your case, try to consult a general practitioner first to assess whether there is a healing disorder or not. The doctor needs to see whether the duration of the wound was first treated until now has passed the normal duration of healing. Because let's say it's only been 3 days when the wound is wide, it's natural if it's not dry yet. The healing time needed is indeed longer. If indeed it is found that the wound is difficult to dry, you will find out which of the possibilities above best represents your condition and what is the best treatment.
In the meantime, make sure your wounds are clean and dry. If wet, immediately dry using gauze. Expand eat high-protein foods such as eggs, yogurt, beef, chicken breast and seafood, then immediately consult a doctor. So, hopefully answering your question.