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    I didint feel that queazy but I had disposable stitches so didnt really have to go through looking at the wound, someone playing around with it etc.

    Keep on top of your oozing... I had some ooze about 6 weeks, went to a GP and she said it was fine. A few days later, I doubted her (I'm paranoid) went to another GP who said I had an infection and needed to have antibiotics. It cleared up very quickly then, I am glad I second guessed early on.

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    Have booked into the gp today so will know the low down then. Thanks all for you advice will let you know how I go.

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    So relieved I went to my gp. She said everything looked fine and I had my wound re dressed and am going back on Saturday to have it looked at and dressed again. She told me not to stress and that it looks really good for a day 6 wound.

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    good to hear that everything is good!!

    my incision split open twice but they just put a couple of steri strips and it was fine I cleaned it every morning & night with hot water & makeup pads, and let it air dry. wore a pad over it for at least a month so it wouldn't rub


 

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