Hi I had thyroid surgery over a week ago and now have about 10 stitches in my neck . The stitches have look pretty good. Untill today! This morning I have a little of puss coming out of the stitches ...
it and I was wondering if that is normal.. Also innitialy my pain subsided within the first two days after ...I got stitches on my leg near my ankle two weeks ago, the doctor put four dissolving stitches ...
it s been 10 days since i gave a normal delivery to a little princess.. and where the cut which the doctors stitched is paining very bad and having a burning sensation.. can i use betadine no the stitched ...
for long periods at a time. My stitches are healing nicely. Is this normal to feel like this afterwards? ...Hi, a plank hit me on the forehead 3 days ago at work. I had to have 3 stitches. GP said it was ok ...
how long does it take to heal after a getting stitches on your head? i had to get about 30 stitches ... the dissolvable ones that are still in my head. the areas around the stitches feel a little off... sorta like ...
were taken out on Wednesday (after 14 days) and the doctor put on butterfly stitches. I see there is a little blood under the butterfly stitches. He said the butterfly stitches would fall off by themselves ...
It is just taking a little longer. If it takes more time to dissolve, there might be an underlying infection or pus collection.
What does white skin next to recent stitches indicate?
If there is no pain at the stitches site and fever,do not worry.
Sometimes,the area of stitches get infected.
Then,there will be oozing of pus.
Just white skin near recent stitches is normal.It may come to normal skin size in course of time.
Nothing to worry
Wish you good health
I had a finger laceration. Now I have seven dissolving stitches. I see like some puss and a little blood coming out. Is this normal?
Thanks for writing in HCM.
If pus or pus like fluid is seen then you need to consult your doctor immediately. Infection of fingers can lead to stiffness and contracture development seriously affecting the dexterity of the hand.