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Hot glass of tea fell on thighs and has turned red.Took silverex and brufen. Will it lead to a infection? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 14-Nov-2013
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Very Good Posted in: Skin Hair and Nails
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User:Hello sir
Doctor:How can I help you?
User:just 3 days back hot glass of tea fallen on my thighs
User:I am using silverex and some of the blister started getting broken
User:but bymistake my skin got rubbed and some of the blister broken completely and now red skin came
User:I am just worried about any kind of infection
Doctor:Yes, there is a chance of infection if the blister is broken
Doctor:Please continue to apply the ointment
User:silverex or any other thing
Doctor:and please go to your doctor for evaluation of the wounds
Doctor:Continue silverex
Doctor:We have to decide if daily dressing or alternate dressing is needed
Doctor:Don't let even a single drop of water fall on the open wounds
User:can you refer any tablet to avoid infection and to get it dry soon
Doctor:I am sorry, We can not prescribe antibiotics online
Doctor:And your wounds need to be seen by a doctor to decide on treatment\
User:ok its fine doctor
Doctor:so please consult your local doctor
User:yah I will do that
Doctor:Is there anything else I can help you with?
User:no more..thanks you sir
Doctor:You are welcome
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