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What Do I Do About Kitchen Grease Burn On Arm
Cold, aloe: For first degree burn, no blisters and al knifed burn immediate cold and aloe is ok. For aswcond degree pr more extensive burn topical prescription cream such as silvadene (silver sulfadiazine) or biafine can prevent infection amd allow healing. If the burn is involving the hand or an extensive area it is best ot be seen by md. ...Read more
Most likely no: I am going to assume that you have had your basic series of three tetanus injections, and have had a booster in the last ten years. Otherwise, go get one. ...Read more
Ice/local care: Immediately apply ice. Red only-observe and cool packs. Blisters-cover with polysporin (bacitracin and polymyxin) or petrolatum and no stick bandage and keep blisters intact. See doctor soon. If more than that or on face or hands or genitals, go to er immediately. Continue to use ice baths or packs till seen. Keep as clean and sterile as possible. Get tetanus if needed. Alwasy get seen if doubt. ...Read more
Care for wound: Keep the wound clean and apply a topical antibiotic ointment (e.g., polysporin, (bacitracin and polymyxin) bacitracin, neosporin, triple-antibiotic ointment). Also be sure to get good nutrition so that you have all the necessary building blocks for wound healing. If the wound seems to get infected or is not healing, seek medical attention. ...Read more
Ice for the pain: If the herpes infection is gone and this is just the residual pain and burning after shingles, then applying an ice pack tends to give some relief. Sarna lotion may also help, and topical Lidocaine can be soothing as well. There are also stronger prescription medications that can help too. If there is an active herpes infection, then that should be treated with anti-viral meds asap. ...Read more
Zoster?: Could be shingles/zoster!Get a more detailed answer ›
NSAID: Did you cut your arm deliberately? If you haven't had a tetanus shot in the last ten years - or you aren't certain - get an update. If you need sutures - get seen. Tylenol (acetaminophen) or a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medication will help with pain. If this was deliberate self- harm please obtain behavioral health assistance. Take care. ...Read more
My son used a magic eraser to get marker off his arm and now it's all red and burns. What should I do?
I got a hot frying pan dropped on my arm burning me, what do I need to do to keep it healing properly?
Visit your local: Hospital ER, a walk - in clinic or your doctor's office to be sure the burn is treated properly. ...Read more
My upper left arm start a lil pain, then burning and my arm feels real hot and then it gets heavy to lift. I try to exercise the arm.
When I move my right arm a certain way get a sharp burning pulling feeling on the inside that hurts what can it be? It really feels like its burning
Arm pain: Such positional arm pain, if not around a joint, suggests a nerve impingement. A physician would have to examine you in order to localize or diagnose the problem. Conditions like tendonitis, arthritis involve joints. A strained muscle would be caused by recent injury or overuse syndrome. ...Read more
I have a burning sensation in my right fore arm. It is worst when I use the arm for lifting, hammering, etc. What do you think it could be? Thanks
Burning arm pain: Burning arm pain especially during physical strain can be due to some nerve irritation in the cervical spine... It can be from a disc bulge or arthritis with maybe a bone spur, where strain compresses the neck alittle more due to muscle compression. A form of cubital tunnel syndrome or carpal tunnel syndrome needs to be excluded (elbow or wrist compression). Fatique is also possible maybe... ...Read more
I sometimes get these abrupt burning/prickling sensations on my arm, back and torso that last 4 secs then vanish they come and go randomly. I'm worried?
Check it out: May want to check with doc. If his workup negative, may want to try chiropractic. ...Read more
Doctor should check: Skin can be from dryness, sensitive skin, scratchy clothes, contact with certain plants, working with fiberglass, etc... A non-medicated skin cream, Hydrocortisone 1% cream (for just a few days), or another anti-itch cream can help (all over-the-counter). A doctor can give a diagnosis and start treatment. For burning sensations, there could also be a nerve problem, so an evaluation will help. ...Read more
Neurologist: This is an unusual complaint. In someone young and previously healthy, the most likely area of concern would be the peripheral nerves or spinal cord. If your family doctor cannot make a diagnosis, then a referral to a neurologist would be appropriate. Good luck. ...Read more
My son fell at hockey last night. He describes the pain in his arm as burning. Could it be broken?
Possible!: But the decription is not typical. If he has pain with movement or the arm, more liekly. If the "burning" pain is less dendent on motion, much less likely. A simple x-ray can r/o a fracture. Hockey is one of the most traumatic sporting activities! ...Read more
Depending on what: Type of weight lifting you are doing, it may bulk up arm muscles or tone them but it will not specifically cause you to lose fat on your arms. Spot fat loss does not occur naturally. By losing weight in general a certain amt will probably be arm fat. However, we don't get to chose what area of the body the fat is lost from. Eat healthfully ; be physically active. Calories burned must > calories. ...Read more
DEPENDS: Depends on what it is. That requires an exam by a professional, best luck with a dermatologist. ...Read more
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