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burn pain wont stop


Question Posted Monday July 16 2007, 1:51 am

i have a 2nd degree burn on my hand from touching a hot grill. there is a line of white blisters across my hand. ive had cold water on it for a few hours but the pain still will not stop unless i keep icy water on it.
does any know how i can realive the pain?


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LM answered Monday July 16 2007, 7:38 pm:
Get Neosporin [or the generic equivalent] plus pain relief. I burned by hand [it was only first-degree though] from grabbing the grate from a gas grill- I lack common sense. Anyways, I used that stuff and it really does help with the pain, and it'll keep you from getting an infection, heals faster, and makes scars less noticeable.


If it doesn't start healing soon, gets worse, or oozes or anything like that, see a doctor. You don't want to get an infection or worse.

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kittaytoro answered Monday July 16 2007, 1:55 pm:
hey,
aww. first off, i hope you feel better soon-that happened to me... baking cookies, ha.
but i first have to tell you, if you plan on treating this at home, do NOT use icy water. it will be a strong contrast against the burn, and it will hurt badly. use water at about room temperature. this will help more. if it dosen't feel as good as icy water, it will still heal faster. take my word.
besides fixing it at home, though, i'd reccomend you call your family doctor, and ask him to perscribe you some creams or something. this will help alot.
my reccomendation also includes you go to the store and get some Aquaphore. they have it at most convenience stores, and it reallllly helps things like wounds/dry skin/ect. i'm sure it would help your burn!!


i hope i've helped, and i hope your hand feels better soon!!

xoxo
kat!

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Veranex answered Monday July 16 2007, 3:35 am:
^^ Go to a doctor, see if they have something to help.
But in the mean time, get a bag of ice, and a dish cloth, wrap the dish cloth around the ice and put it on your hand. That should atleast help the pain die down!
Hoped I helped and I hope your hand feels better!

~Vera~

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OhDangImKate answered Monday July 16 2007, 3:33 am:
go to the doctors and get cream for it... i think? thats never happened to me before

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