Still Feeling Pain Accompanied By Discharge Of Pus On The Surgical Scar?
Hello .. 2 months ago I had an operation on my right leg, which was broken and the small bone behind it was also broken, and then the dpn was put in place. when opening the thread but not taking it all, just to the doctor, everything is normal too. the problem now is how long the pain is gone and how long does it take for the pus to disappear, and how long does it take to heal? I hope it can be answered as enlightenment. r nI am a 30 year old man. height 160 cm.
The presence of stitches that are still not dry and also accompanied by pus, may be a form of inflammation of the skin area and your operation area. This condition can occur due to inadequate wound care, such as due to contact with water, not taking medication as recommended by a doctor, moving a lot, having a history of long healing wounds, having a risk of diabetes or possibly having a smoking habit.
If your wound is not dry and getting better, then stitches may not be completely removed to prevent the risk of the wound opening further and causing the wound to heal longer.
To find out how long the wound healing process will take, it is necessary to directly examine the wound and evaluate your wound care. Without direct examination, looking at the wound, and knowing the risk factors, we cannot determine the possible duration of this wound healing.
However, in any case, proper wound care and according to your surgeon's plan will help to properly heal the wound. And basically, good wound care will improve in about 7-14 days later. Complaints of pain will disappear after the inflammatory process in the wound improves.
Therefore, you should keep in control of your doctor and be patient and patient in treating this wound. Treatment and care will be given according to the results of the examination obtained.
Henceforth, you should avoid smoking, alcohol (if you consume them), avoid contact with water, or avoid excessive movement to keep the wound moving and interfere with recovery.
That is the information we can convey, also read infection-wound-surgery.