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Had a cut on lower hip, painful. Used all home remedies. What can be done?

cut the inside of my lower lip about 4 days ago, the cut has grown in size do to talking and eating and refuses to heal through normal home remedies (salt water, hydrogen peroxide , mouth wash, etc), I m also beginning to worry it has become infected as it has taken on a white an creamy appearance and appears indented (almost as if two tiny stones had been lodged in the wound - which is untrue as I the injure was not cause by a fall but instead accidentally blow to the face ). What can be done to remedy the situation as this wound is very painful despite it s small size.
Asked On : Sun, 24 Feb 2013
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Dear user
now your cut has been converted in to wound , dont worry so .

it is good at this stage to start medication
1. as painkiller . you can take combination of paracetamol and diclofenac.
2. antibiotic that will clear the infection .

incrase intake of water .
avoid spicy food .
i think this would be helpful to you .

dr neha
Answered: Fri, 17 May 2013
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