A few days ago, I accidentally cut the skin next to my fingernails. At that time, it was a little bleeding and had been disinfected with Iodophor. When I looked today, I found that there was a little red around the skin, but it wouldn't hurt if I didn't touch it. There would be pain if I pressed it, and I could see a white thing on that skin. Would you like to ask, is this a symptom of suppuration? Do you need to go to the hospital for incision? As shown in the picture (the liquid in the picture is due to the fear of paronychia. Iodophor and mupirocin have been used)
At present, it seems that there are signs of inflammation and suppuration, but there is no need to cut it for the time being. It can be disinfected and applied with anti infection drugs. Generally, it can subside without any major problems. Treatment and observation in this regard can be carried out, or it may get better slowly.
You must pay attention to this situation. Avoid over pruning in your daily life. It may cause paronychia in the long run, because you should avoid damage by external forces as much as possible. You must maintain good hygiene and disinfect 3 ~ 4 times a day.
From the picture, the symptoms of infection still appear. It is recommended to take some anti-inflammatory drugs orally and wear loose, comfortable and breathable shoes and socks while using iodophor or mupirocin erythromycin ointment to avoid the aggravation of infection. If the infection continues to aggravate, it is recommended to go to the hospital for treatment.