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Old 09-12-2011, 01:41 AM   #1
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How to remove burn marks?

Hello my friends,

I’m Angelia and I have burned my hand by fire, I want to reduce burn marks from my hand so tell me any best suggestion…………….

Thanks in advance………………..

 
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Re: How to remove burn marks?

There is no way to remove a burn mark, you just need to wait for it to heal.

 
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Old 09-12-2011, 10:40 PM   #3
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Re: How to remove burn marks?

Hi dude,

Thanks for suggestion but if you will have any information for its treatment please tell.

 
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Re: How to remove burn marks?

How long ago was this? Did you have to have a skin graph? If you did it will depend on how the graph took and if the area is smooth or bumpy looking. It will fade over time , the more severe the burn is the longer it will take for it to fade. Just keep out of the sun while your hand heals .

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Old 09-13-2011, 12:43 AM   #5
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Re: How to remove burn marks?

Hello,

I was burned my hand in last week on Sunday, and I didn't have skin graph.

 
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Re: How to remove burn marks?

Since you just burned yourself last week it is going to take several weeks for it to even heal. Depending on the severity will depend on the scarring. Since this was caused ny fire, i am assuming it is a third degree burn . I hope you went to the DR. And they gave you burn cream , & told you how to care for it. you could get a serious infection if you do not care for the burn while healing.

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Old 09-14-2011, 01:29 AM   #7
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Re: How to remove burn marks?

Hi friend,

I have gone to DR. and he has given me a burn cream but I could not get best relief, I don't want any mark on my hand so what should I do?

 
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Re: How to remove burn marks?

I am sorry, I understand, burns are extremely painful. i hope the Dr gave you some pain medicine too. Keep the burn covered along with using the burn cream. As long as you keep using the burn cream and clean the burn should heal up well. Did the Dr. say if it was a second or third degree burn? Scarring will depend on how well the burn heals and how deep the burn was. since you did not need a skin graph chances are the burn will not scar. Just let it heal well and follow the Dr's instructions.

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Re: How to remove burn marks?

Hi friend,

I bother about burn marks and I don't like any them on my hand, tell me what should I do for removing burn marks, I am having medicine for reduce my burn pain but I am worry about burn marks.

 
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Re: How to remove burn marks?

It is too early to even tell if you will have any scars. You cannot remove a burn scar, but over time the scarring will eventually fade. Please try not to worry about scarring right now. Your burn is going to take a long time to heal. It is best to focus on the healing right now becasue this can determine if their will be any scarring.

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