Treat Swollen Scars?
Good afternoon, I want to ask, I have a post-pregnancy scab, and now, after 1 year, it can spread to other places. It hurts if you walk and after that, then also every time you go to the suction, because it will dry at the time when you are working, maybe it will hurt when you walk to the ankle. yes consultation ..
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Smock or old wounds is an inflammatory process on the skin caused by open sores and is often accompanied by a risk of infection in the wound so it requires a long recovery and healing. However, with good care and under the direct supervision of a doctor, it is expected that sores will get better and dry out.
Some of the conditions below can trigger sores like:
1. an open wound
2. contamination from water, moisture, dirt or dust
4. suboptimal wound care
6. allergic to complications of open wounds and bacterial contaminated wounds
In connection with your question, the existence of sores that you experience after a previous pregnancy may not extend to your feet or sores after pregnancy does not cause sores on your feet. Other inflammatory processes on the feet that cause sores do not improve or some of the triggers above. So if you experience injuries to any part of the body, especially in the leg area, then immediately do a good treatment one of them by consulting your doctor.
Therefore, to prevent these wounds from getting annoying and old ones healed, you should visit your doctor, so that the doctor can see firsthand the condition of your wound and then plan the right treatment for you. Thus, your wound can be treated properly and heal immediately.
Some steps to treat sores that you can try are (after consulting a doctor):
1. Avoid contact with water
2. Cover the wound when you leave the house
3. Arrange the wound every day with antiseptics and drugs that have been given by doctors
4. use open footwear, so as not to cause high humidity in the injured area
5. avoid any foods that cause allergies, if you have a history of allergies
Thus the info we can convey.