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Stages of second-degree burns

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Is this a second or third degree burn? ...

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Hi doc. My sister suffered some burns yesterday when she accidently touched her leg to our two wheeler silencer. It looks like a second level of burn as I can see a blister formed. She is although ...

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This is from a boiling hot mug of coffee, just poured from the water kettle. I believe the temperature was somewhere near 300 degrees Farenheit. I was trying to avoid tripping over a large toy in the hallway and ended up splashing myself instead....

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Is it safe to still use a sauna with a first, possibly slightly second, degree burn? ...

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I have a 2nd degree burn on my foot/ankle that is 2 days old. Do I still need to keep it covered? Anything specific I need to do to help it heal? ...

Public Forum Discussions

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Hi.. I have question regarding 2nd degree burn scar. What kinds of medications are available to get rid of it. The burn is mostly covering the right half of the face for more than 6 years. The patient ...

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HI...my toddler was scalded and suffered deep second degree burns, she developed thick hypertrophic scarring using a compression garment. I thought compression was to prevent thick scarring? WIll she ...

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Hi there. I have a 3 day old second degree burn to my wrist/base of my thumb. It is approximately 4 inches in diameter. Today the pain has intensified, a general all over throb. Half of the wound has ...

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I burned my arm approx. two inches below the wrist. The burn resulted from accidentally touching an oven rack and is about 2 long and a bit less than 1/2 wide. It appears to be a second degree burn ...

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I had a very large first degree burn on the back of my hand with 3 small second degree burns. Its been 8 days the wounds have closed skin has peeled and is still red but looking better everyday. today ...

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hello i just want to ask..last year i suffered from a second degree burn. it happened when i accidentaly tap a glass of boiling water and it poured directly in my right leg..now i have a big scar ...

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My daughter had a second degree burn on her arm that healed on about 4 weeks. However, the skin seems very fragile now. It has broken open twice, once when her arm rubbed the carpet and today when she ...

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Hi, I have a second degree burn from too much sun exposure. Fell asleep in the sun. It is on my shoulder and the burn is pretty bad. I have bubbles and blisters everywhere and yesterday my soccer team ...

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I got a second degree burn on my thumb and it formed a huge blister. I drained the blister ... and it burns like hell ! What am I supposed to do ? The burn is the full length of my thumb and I feel like ...

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Hi doc removed several layers of skin (breast) due to a 2nd and 3rd degree burn last Wednesday. dressed area with a negative pressure pump. A skin graft is planned for this Thursday. Pump failed today ...

Mobile Questions and Answers

doctor1 MD

Hi, Thanks for writing to us. Wash the finger under cold water, apply silver sulphadiazine cream and consult a surgeon. Hope it is useful. Good luck. Regards Dr.Richa

doctor1 MD

no if reddish brown , it will heal. Second degree burn , no scar likely.

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Hey...apply silver sulfadiazine ointment Asap. And get a dressing done. Start antibiotic with pain killers. Thanks Hit for a thanks.