According to the doctor's request, I opened the toe dressing the wound today. The specific situation of the toe is shown in the figure below. The big toe is still black. Does it mean that the abscess has not been completely eliminated? I just opened the gauze. Can I touch the water now? Does the wound continue to be bandaged and protected, or can you walk normally with shoes and socks? Thank you very much for your specific information and advice!
According to the description of your condition, one week after pulling out your nails due to paronychia, I just saw the picture you sent out. There is a little blackening under the nails and a little redness on the sides. It should be considered that the inflammation has not completely subsided and belongs to the recovery period after operation. It is recommended not to touch water for the time being. First disinfect with sterile gauze and wear loose shoes. After complete recovery, you can wear socks and shoes normally.
Anti infection symptomatic treatment, light diet, avoid spicy food, tobacco and alcohol, and avoid repeated extrusion stimulation. It is best to use sterile gauze to protect the wound, avoid water exposure and prevent the possibility of infection. Regular hospital review is needed. If there are other symptoms, the hospital should check and treat them as soon as possible to alleviate the symptoms,
Hello, according to your description and pictures, the meat next to the toenail is a little black after the operation. It is considered that it is caused by poor blood circulation
You can take some anti-inflammatory drugs orally, eat more nutritious food, and disinfect with iodophor solution every day. If it is too serious, it is recommended to go to the hospital for treatment. Your wound should avoid touching water to prevent infection. If the environment is OK, don't wrap it up and avoid wearing shoes and socks