Thank you for your reply. Please find the attached pictures of the scar on my thumb. Though it is small and not irritating, but I need a solution to get rid of it as soon as possible. It looks horrible.
I have read your query, and I have see the picture (attachment removed to protect patient identity).
It seems you have developed hypertrophic burn scars. I suggest you try using Contractubex gel (combination of Cepalin, Heparin, and Allantoin) twice daily, after 3 to 4 doses of injection Kenacort (Triamcinolone acetonide) 40 mg/mL, once in three weeks interval. It will give you a permanent solution.
Consult your specialist doctor, discuss with him or her and start using the medicines after their consent.
Thank you for your suggestion. Where do you think I can get this injection? Where is the injection given? On the wound? There is no pain at the affected area. Do you think these injections will get it back to normal?
.. a recurrent chalazion, you can take an injection of Triamcinolone and it is a good option. Repeated surgical removal causes damage to the tissues. You need to consult an ophthalmologist to have an injection if it bothers you cosmetically. A small ... Read full
.. read your concern.
It seems you have developed hypertrophic scar or lichen simplex chronicus.
Please attach a picture for better evaluation and best possible treatment.
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.. seen your query and concern and examined your picture (attachment removed to protect patient identity). With your descriptions and given picture, it seems you have a hypertrophic scar (raised scar due to excess collagen deposits). If you will not ... Read full
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