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420chan is Getting Overhauled - Changelog/Bug Report/Request Thread (Updated March 20)
Postectomy (Circumcision) Infection? by Amil Ledgeworth - Tue, 27 Nov 2018 14:14:55 EST ID:h4eqH8+W No.55656 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Context: I'm 21 and I did a postectomy (circumcision) a week ago and for a while I haven't felt any strong pain as the first 3 days prior, so I thought I was recovering fine, but something happened on the second day: a stitch fell, the one located on the base of the frenulum (pic related), so the skin and "meat" weren't exatcly glued enough to be safe for the stitch to fell/be removed. I was putting Collagenase inside this "hole" because that's the ointment to accelerate the healing process (at least that's what I was taught) and weren't given any instructions for this specific case.
Fast forward one week, it's in this state: the yellow-ish "meat" is taking control of the area - it was already yellow-ish before but I was said that was normal on the first week (as some black spots), that it would be gone in 2 to 3 weeks but now it looks... worse.
Is it infected? I don't feel pain neither odour from this area, so if it is indeed infected I was planning to go to the hospital ASAP.

Sorry for my bad english, I'm a little nervous about this, not knowing is scary as hell.


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