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Old 02-19-2014, 12:27 PM   #5
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Default Re: Cooking accident

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Originally Posted by Nassau Gamecock View Post
Glad it's better; burns are nothing to mess around with.

also been there done that! - not that bad
If not propperly treated one could lose dexterity and feeling in the burned area. Infection is the #1 concern. Never pop the blisters, they are natures bandaid and will prevent infrection while the burn heals.


My blisters popped on their own after about a week and by that time the healing had already occured.
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