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What Is The Clear Liquid That Comes Out Of Wounds
I cleaned and stopped the bleeding on my scraped hand. my scrape is now coated in a clear liquid. what is it and is it helping the wound heal?
Had linq monitor placed 1 wk ago Now coughing brwn phlegm chest pain fever Wound was draining clear liquid Can I treat at home or should I see a dr?
Unrelated: The link monitor has nothing to do with your other symptoms. Brown phlegm, chest pain and fever is very worrisome. Could be infectious (pneumonia) or potentially a blood clot in your lung. You should seek a healthcare evaluation and they can check out the wound healing from your Linq implant at the same time although that sounds more or less OK. Don't try to treat/diagnose this at home. ...Read more
Popping pimples: Blood tinged or clear fluid often will be produced any time the skin is wounded, particularly by 'squeezing' a pimple. Often this process is over-exuberant and damages surrounding tissue as well, which can lead to prominent scarring. Try to find a skin care regimen that doesnt rely on squeezing - this will minimize your long-term scarring. ...Read more
Small bubbles on penis with clear liquid that comes out of them when popped. Slightly itchy. After they heal they go away for awhile?
I have white bumps all over my upper arms & when I scratch them there is a clear liquid that comes out, what are these bumps?
With out : seeing them it s difficult to give you an answer but it may be a form of dyshydrosis abnormal sweating see a dermatologist for a more definitive answer. good hygiene with a soap and scrub might help ...Read more
I thought had pus filled calluses on my ankle after a closer look I noticed that its a clear liquid that comes out and there getting bigger?
Unclear question: If your shoe or something else is rubbing the involved skin, you need to change the shoe or whatever may be causing friction. Do not pop the blister. If it pops on its own apply some Neomycin ointment. For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, low fat milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form. Practice safe sex. Get HPV vaccine. ...Read more