The Cause Of The Groin In The Thigh That Has Been Chronic?
morning, I want to ask about the problem of the basin in the middle of my left thigh that appeared when I was a toddler. This basin is not a birthmark, my family said the cause was when it was injected and it still exists until now, who is 18 years old, is it true that the injection can make a hollow in the middle of the thigh? Can my thigh hollows disappear?
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Scar tissue is a form of tissue recovery after inflammation or trauma or injury. Scarring can occur in the skin tissue or tissue under the skin, with various images of scarring that occur. Some types of scar tissue that are often encountered can be keloid, burn scars, or pulling the skin inward so as to give a picture of the hollow in the skin.
Some triggers for scarring can be:
1. Individual talent for scarring
2. side effects of trauma
3. injection side effects
4. operation side effects
5. irritation or allergic side effects
In connection with your question, the existence of complaints of a hollow in the area of your thigh that you have experienced since childhood with a history of injections at the same thigh point, is likely a scarring under the skin that occurs after an injection in the thigh area. The existence of drugs that are injected in the thigh muscles, for some individuals can cause irritation and inflammation side effects in the tissue, so that for recovery, the injection area tissue forms a connective tissue but the effect causes the surface of the skin to pull into the side. And in general, this is a form of tissue recovery due to inflammation.
To help reduce this complaint, several surgical techniques can be performed so as to remove the connective tissue that pulls the surface of the skin. However, all of this you need to discuss with the surgeon to help treat and remedy the complaint that you are feeling. Therefore, visit your plastic surgeon for examination and evaluation of complaints that you feel.
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