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Cut on foot by glass. Have nausea. How should I care for it?

Cut my foot on a sneaky piece of glass 2 days ago while taking garbage out. Pretty good slice came off, now I am nauseous. I cleaned the hell out of it with peroxide , and some ointment, wrapped her up, she stopped bleeding about 5 minutes after it happened. Question, I do not have health insurance, therefore I cannot afford a hospital trip, which is awesome. How should I care for this slice in my foot? I tried taking the gauze bandage off of it yesterday to clean her up a little bit, but the bandaid is stuck to it and i refuse to pull it off because it feels like I am being skinned alive when I do so.
Asked On : Tue, 27 Nov 2012
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Hello.Cut of glass over the foot will br very painful.nausea is only due to severe bleeding.first clean all the glass peices present at the wound .dressing at the slice is a must.if gause peice is attached to injured part gently soak in water and remove it.use a broad spectrum antibiotic.combiflam and topical antibiotic application while dressing
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