What Is The Blister Skin Solution Due To Allergic Plaster Suture By Caesarean Section?
Doctor, I have delivered a Caesarean 11 days ago. On the 10th day after giving birth, I control the hospital u0026amp; take off the plaster that covers the stitches. It turned out that from the nurse who accompanied the doctor when in control, it was said I had a plaster allergy, as a result my skin blistered around the left and right under the surface of the plaster edge. What solution or medication should I use to get a blistered skin spy that heals quickly?
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Basically treatment of blisters due to allergic reactions is the same as treatment of blisters in general. Because these injuries occur due to allergies, the first thing you should do is avoid exposure to allergens (don't use the same tape again). Another thing to note is do not break the blister. The fluid in the blister works to protect the injured skin tissue underneath and helps healing. The fluid in the blister will absorb itself automatically within a few days. If the blister has broken, do not pull or scratch the skin on it. This skin has a function to protect injured skin from infection too. Clean your wound with running water every day, rub gently with your hands the area around the wound with running water, dry it with aerated, then cover the wound with gauze. Make sure you wash your hands with soap before and after treating the wound. Use clothes that are not too tight so as not to rub a lot of rubbing.
If you see signs of infection in the wound (the wound is more painful, it looks swollen around the wound, more reddish, there is pus, or odorous discharge comes out of the wound), then consult your doctor so that further treatment can be done on the wound.
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