Treatment Of Swelling After Circumcision?
At night, I discharged my child using the clamp method, but after 5 days the clamp was opened, why was there a swelling in the former that was circumcised, so how could it quickly deflate?
Hello Ny.Deyan, thank you for consulting us on HealthReplies.com. The latest method of circumcision is indeed the clamp method, where the tissue to be cut is clamped / clamped first so that the blood vessels are locked so there is not much bleeding. However, any method used, of course, has advantages and disadvantages, especially if post-circumcision treatment is not clean and the doctor's advice is not done properly, then it is very possible for complications to occur afterwards.
Swelling that occurs after the removal of the clamp is usually caused by a bacterial infection which occurs because it does not maintain cleanliness properly after the clamp is removed. Although when the clamp is removed the doctor states that the wound will heal with time, but it is also important to pay attention to cleanliness, especially in the former clamp tissue. Because the network that is pinched is probably still fragile and easily infected.
Our advice is to continue to treat the wound well, that is by cleaning it after urinating completely clean, if necessary apply antibiotic ointment around the swollen part, avoiding frequent touching or touching the beak with dirty hands, advise children to use loose briefs for a while, keep eating foods that are high in protein because protein is needed to repair damaged tissue. If everything has been done in three days there is no change, then we recommend that you bring your child to consult with the doctor who circumcised him or other doctors to get a second opinion. Thus we can convey, hopefully our information can be useful for you. thanks.