Hello, doctor. Yesterday, the low-temperature salt bag scalded the waist. There were three bubbles, one large and two small. With the scalding cream, the pain around the waist was not hurt, and the symptoms were improved, but the bubble was not small. What else should I do
According to your description of the symptoms and the pictures uploaded, it is considered to be 2-degree scald. For scald, it is generally recommended to disinfect with Iodophor first, and then apply scald ointment externally. You can use moist burn ointment. It is not recommended to break the blister, and wrap it with sterile gauze locally. Change dressing regularly and observe whether there is fever. If there is fever, antibiotics can be used for treatment.
The blister that appears on superficial burns will gradually dissipate and absorb. It is recommended that you apply some burn spray or burn cream properly, and try to avoid excessive friction stimulation in the near future, so as to avoid causing ulceration in the blisters. Generally, it will gradually recover within a week or so.
According to the photos you took, this kind of blister on the waist is caused by eye bag scald. In this case, generally avoid friction or other stimulation, and avoid pricking with a needle, so as to avoid the possibility of infection. For this treatment, ice cold compress should be used to promote air absorption and alleviate symptoms, and oral antibiotics should be used to avoid infection.