Treatment For Injuries To The Ankles That Are Swollen Due To Falling From The Motor?
Hello, I have a blister wound from the motorcycle, blisters on my back and ankles for 6 days. The wound area was slightly swollen and on the 5th day at the pharmacy it was recommended to take 0.75 mg of dexaharsen medicine to relieve swelling. What is the dosage and method of drinking? thank you
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Need to be clarified, before getting the drug, have you undergone a doctor's examination?
The impact on the foot after falling from the motorbike can be a mild condition, but it can also be dangerous. Your abrasions, if not accompanied by heavy tissue damage in them, and if they are not too large in size, can often heal on their own as long as proper treatment is taken, for example by:
Clean the wound regularly using sterile gauze soaked with NaCl or povidone iodine. Not forcibly slough off wounds that have not healed perfectly. Keep the wound clean and dry. Don't wear pants or footwear that are too narrow. Your feet can be natural because of inflammation in the wound after the injury. It could also, this swelling is caused by blood flow in the legs that are not smooth, for example because you often sit bending the legs, using pants or footwear too tight, and so on. Even so, in rare conditions, it could also be, swelling in an injured foot injury indicates a secondary infection, or a more serious tissue injury, such as a broken bone, and so on.
Try to see yourself first to a doctor or surgeon so that your condition can be evaluated more closely. Usually, if you suspect a serious condition, the doctor will recommend that you undergo an x-ray examination, or other supporting tests. Handling as to what will be done later by the doctor can vary depending on the conditions underlying your complaints, can be enough to provide medication, wound care, surgery, and so on. In the meantime, so that the swelling improves, you should raise your legs first and reduce the activities that cause you to have to stand a lot, walk, or run around ... Always wear comfortable and loose pants and footwear. Avoid carelessly giving medication to swollen feet (including the medicine you mentioned), without a doctor's examination beforehand.
Hope this helps ...