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Bed Sores

Just posted this but cannot find it on the forum so posting it again...
Could anyone please suggest a remedy to prevent bed sores..my dad is bed ridden since three weeks and his tail area ( cleft where the buttocks meet)is red due to perspiration...I turn him once a day and dry the area and keep applying Dimethicone cream to seal off moisture but is not helping much..He is diabetic but blood sugars are not out of control..Please suggest a good remedy....Thanks
  basmah74 on 2008-05-18
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Give him Arnica 30C [morn & night] for a few days and post feedback.
srisri last decade
Also apply 'Calendula boric' powder on the affected area frequently.

gavinimurthy last decade
Thank you very much Srisri And Murthy for your response. I have been giving him Arnica 30c 3x a day since a few days by the sucussion method as eh is not able to chew and swollow well with his left side and right hand is usually closed ina fist unlike earlier and littel swollen due to holding it in a fist...Thank God I have noticed that in a few days he has brought up his hand and arm and also opens it up now. Chewing is still off so I am still giving him pureed food. I hope Arnica will help him with any skin sloughing then...? The area was red since a few days but just yesterday afternoon a little skin the size of a pin head came off and I am very worried...Will order Calendula Boric powder immediately and apply on affected area.Thank you once again...Your advice is deeply appreciated.
basmah74 last decade

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