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 Could my wound be re-infected?

Answer It sounds like you need to air it out some and let the wound dry up. When you aren't active, leave the dressing off and air out the wound. Keeping skin too moist causes the symptoms you are descr... Read More »
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How can you tell if a wound/cut is infected?

You definitely need to get the cut checked out. It is definitely infected. The redness, pus like drainage and soreness are all signs of an infection. In the mean time, until you can get to a doc... Read More »
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How can you tell if a wound is infected?

you will feel pain , and you might see white puss and you should see a doctor if it worries you alot.it will heal in the end , you just need keep it clean and put med cream on it regularly.hope you... Read More »
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What are some signs a wound has become infected?

Swelling, redness at the site of the injury or surrounding area, streaks of red upward from the injury, an increase in the amount of pain any type of discharge from the wound, any foul odor, or if ... Read More »
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How long does it take for a wound to become infected?

A wound can become infected in seconds, as soon as microbes settle in. If you mean, how long does it take for a wound to show signs of infection, that's different.You should see early signs in as l... Read More »
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