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itch, itch, itch, itch <<arggh>>;

(11 Posts)
psychomum5 Sat 06-Jun-09 14:38:00

please tell me its all normal.

am trying not to rip my leg off today<<wail>>

not painful tho now, so that a good thing, yeshmmwink!!

<<info - minor op the other day to remove a mole and have 6 stitches. was still bleeding until yesterday, and had to have the dressing changed twice. could iching mean infection, or healing??>>

BCNS Sat 06-Jun-09 14:39:41

it's starting to heal .. I tell you.. you'll beg begging for the stitches to come out

psychomum5 Sat 06-Jun-09 14:41:13

tis ok, there wonlt be any sticches soon, as the leg will really trully have gone.....!!

psychomum5 Sat 06-Jun-09 14:41:49

but thankyou for telling me its healing.......I was beginining to fretblushwink

psychomum5 Sat 06-Jun-09 16:00:28

this might have been answered, but some sympathy would never go amiss......wink

psychomum5 Sat 06-Jun-09 16:32:10

yes, I am attention seeking sympathy.

<<wail>>

<<throws leg out window>>

FabulousBakerGirl Sat 06-Jun-09 16:41:27

<<Sympathy>>

Cool flannels for the itching?

psychomum5 Sat 06-Jun-09 16:43:51

<<revels in the sympathy>>

TrinityRhino Sat 06-Jun-09 16:44:26

ice for the itching?
piriton?

no idea really

<lots of sympathy>

<chilled wine for poor wickle psycho>

grin

psychomum5 Sat 06-Jun-09 16:49:33

have antihistamines on board anyway.....on the daily for my allergies and hayfeverwink

and in fact still not allowed to get the wound wet becuase of the bleeding. am allowed a light shower of the rest of my body today tho <<finally>>. hand washing is not the fun when hot and sticky!!

and I have clean hair now too........washed it earlier, that helped me feel fresher

the wine might distract tho

FabulousBakerGirl Sun 07-Jun-09 12:03:04

How is your leg today, psycho?

Has it survived a night in the garden? grin

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