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Yellowish discharge after getting a mole removed, open wound. How will it get healed?

Hi, I had a small mole removed just over a week ago , I had the sutures removed 2 days ago and I have just removed the plaster to find its got a yellow dry discharge and the middle of the cut appears open (only small) should I see how it continues to heal or go back? I m worries about infections . No new blood:discharge leaking now. Thanks in advance
Asked On : Wed, 20 Mar 2013
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Dear patient

If there is no discharge (mean fluid yellow coloured) coming out of the wound no need to worry. If you are not Diabetic even if discharge is there you can manage it by using antibiotiv ointmets like T-bact ointment or simply Povidone Iodine ointment for 3 to 4 days two time daily after washing the wound with soap water

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Answered: Wed, 20 Mar 2013
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