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Do I go to the Dr with this?

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2ndSopranos Mon 04-Dec-17 22:09:45

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Kahlua4me Mon 04-Dec-17 22:43:32

Yes, I think you will need to get somebody to check it. Perhaps the nurse at your surgery as the first point of call.

JohnHunter Tue 05-Dec-17 18:39:25

Seeing your practice nurse sounds like a good idea. I see a lot of patients come back with knee wounds that have scabbed over and are painful. It's probably not infected if there isn't any redness but - for some reason - healing wounds in that area seem to hurt for quite a while.

What did you fall on? Could there be something (e.g. a piece of gravel) trapped in the healing wound?

2ndSopranos Tue 05-Dec-17 20:24:02

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2ndSopranos Tue 05-Dec-17 20:24:36

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