Swollen Toes And Then Festering After Playing Futsal Without Shoes?
Good afternoon, permission to ask, my sister has been swollen for the past two weeks, festering over time. Initially it was playing futsal without shoes, suddenly changing the direction of his run and then peeling his skin. Is the swelling dangerous or not? Parents thought it might be tetanus. Thank you
Swollen toes and then suppurating indicate an infection has occurred. Seeing the chronology of previous events may be caused by trauma when exercising futsal which causes skin to peel. The next thing that happens is that the thumb is swollen and festering with an infection. Some possible causes that can cause these complaints include:
paronychia is an infection around the nails of the hands or feet caused by infection can be due to bacterial or fungal infections cantengan namely swelling, redness, pain at the tip of the foot, often occurs due to nail growth that protrudes into the inside of the skin due to improper nail cutting, nail shape, foot injury when kicking a tinea object for a fungal infection often occurs due to hygiene lacking irritant contact dermatitis For further treatment it should be taken to hospital for further action according to the conditions, whether extraction / extraction of nails or pus removal, etc. Some things you need to pay attention to:
take pain relievers and reduce swelling such as paracetamol warm compresses on the swollen fingers avoid poking the swollen fingers or removing pus on their own pus removal process should be done sterically in the health center clean the wound regularly keep the hygiene of the area around the swollen and suppurating thumb temporarily use open sandals to keep them from getting moist. Here are articles that you can read about paronychia
Hope it is useful, thank you