The Cause Of The Burn Is Not Too Dry?
Good afternoon doctor! Some parts of burns that are still wet have been appearing for several days but not red spots. Even though the wound had closed and dried, but when I tried to clean it, the wound remained runny and the red spots turned pink. What should I do?
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Healing a burn requires a different duration depending on the degree of the burn, and how wide the area affected by the burn.
There are three degrees of burns, ranging from the lightest of the first degree with examples such as sunburn which only appears as reddish skin, up to degree 3 where someone already appears scorched with blackened skin and the inside of the body is visible. In one person it can also occur that there is more than one severity at different wound locations. Furthermore, how the treatment of wounds so far, how quickly given help, and nutrition can also affect the recovery process.
Regarding your question, wounds that remain runny can occur because the recovery process is not perfect, the skin is still vulnerable to damage from friction, secondary infections, or the treatment of the wound is still not good. Our advice is that you should check your condition again with your surgeon before, or if you haven't had time to see a doctor, you should immediately see a doctor, to make sure that you are on the right healing path. This is important because if there is an infection, treatment must be given to the infection to be able to ensure your recovery. And if it turns out there is an improper wound care, it needs to be corrected so that recovery is quickly achieved.
Meanwhile, avoid rubbing the skin too hard on the affected part, keep it dry and clean, regularly consume the drug and read the rules of use, and consult a doctor immediately. So, hopefully answering your question.