Yellow Discharge And Festering On The Fracture Scar

Illustration of Yellow Discharge And Festering On The Fracture Scar
Illustration: Yellow Discharge And Festering On The Fracture Scar

Hello 2 months, my leg is placed in the pen precisely in the calf of the left leg, why does my foot often release a clear yellow liquid sometimes mixes pus in the part that is attached to the pen, if the wound closes it must move back to its position like boils, what’s the solution huh?

Originally posted 2020-04-15 15:36:45.

1 Answer:

Hello Ambari,

Thank you for asking at

An external wound after a pen installation operation will usually improve within 1-4 weeks. The wound will look dry, no longer swollen and painful, and will not release fluid or pus.

However, related to the complaints that you submit, it might occur due to an infection in the scar from a surgery or it might be due to a blood clotting problem.

Infection can occur due to various conditions such as lack of hygiene of the wound, there are accompanying diseases such as diabetes, and others. Therefore, it is important for you to immediately see your doctor to consult with complaints that occur on you. That way the doctor will conduct further examination and treatment. It is also to prevent further complications such as infection of the bones (osteomyelitis).

For now, there are a number of things you can do:

Clean wounds that secrete discharge and pus regularly
Do not use drugs carelessly on wounds
Consume high protein foods such as cork fish or egg whites
Limit your movements first
much rest

That's all, hope it helps.

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