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Injured heel, scabs and wounds. Do I need a stitch?

Hi. I injured my right heel 6 months ago and have two small stab wound scars. I stepped on a broken hot tub filter and it stabbed my foot . Probably needed a stitch for one but they healed up. Now I have had an itchy bump appear above each one over the last two weeks. Itches a great deal and turns into a little blister . Anything to have looked at by my physician?
Asked On : Thu, 9 Aug 2012
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Hi injured heel due to injury can be treated with broad spectrum antibiotic twice daily and a anti inflammatory agent combiflame and application of t.bact ointment can cure the condition.blister left over can be treated by applying silverex ointment.and a zinc supplementation for faster healing.itching can be decreased by application of moisteriser and using cetrizine tablet at night
Answered: Mon, 30 Sep 2013
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