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Burn Forearm

Posted by agente securite - Created: 3 years ago
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Posted by agente securite - 3 years ago

plus the day rate is about 10 or less compared to 250

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Posted by agente securite - 3 years ago

it worried me a bit as i was involved in a fire on a ship on my left arm i got reppariated to st thomases from korea, I was paniking about my right arm because of the nerve damage its all ok now should be

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Posted by phlophf-409902 - 3 years ago

good news - hope it heals quickly

 

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Posted by moi-383589 - 3 years ago

Take good careof yourself.

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Posted by agente securite - 3 years ago

Hi thanks everyone went to urgences needle through bisters paraffin dressing with flamozine and bandage nurse for next 10 days thanks

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Posted by Pushkin-986745 - 3 years ago

Just don't listen to all the Quacks on here ... Get in the car and go to A&E get it fixed properly they run 24 hrs a day and know what they are doing

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Posted by agente securite - 3 years ago

Thanks for the honey thing, i did use manuka honey orally, however i cant stress enough DO NOT PUT ON BURNS i had two blunt compound fractures with nerve damage plus 5 boxers fractures , as far as my arm goes will go urgence first thing do/nt have ay pain because nerves are severed thanks to an oilfield accident shariah law  no proffesion no father stuck here great

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Posted by mrsw - 3 years ago

Yes Moi, I agree, honey is an excellent antibacterial. After a motor bike accident,  a broken ankle, my foot was badly grazed as well and they couldnt put  a full caste on it, A nurse suggested honey, and a few days later it was  healed, full plaster cast on and i was allowed home!

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Posted by moi-383589 - 3 years ago

Honey isn't a cream and is antibacterial as well as keeps moisture in. Obviously tomorrow a visit to get medical help.

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Posted by chemin vert - 3 years ago

You could also get advice from a Pharmarcie.