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scar on nose


i recently met an accident and my nose split open in the middle. i went to plastic surgean who has put some stiches on it. the cut is 6 -7 cms. stiches are yet to be removed. i am really worried about the scar on my nose. i consulted a homeopath who has started arnica and silica. he told me that it will help me to heal faster and worry of the scar when stiches are off.

can anybody me how should i go about this.

  rahul22 on 2006-12-15
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Provided there is absolutely no infection and there is no open wound at all, you can use CALENDULA CREAM which will heal the scar. You may have to wait for the stitches to be removed before rubbing any cream in, so check with your doc though.

You can use Calendula 30c also. Take under tongue on clean mouth.

If there is bruising , go for Arnica . No silica - may push the stitches out..

When the stiches are off, rub high quality , natural Vitamin E into the scar which will help a lot - just written a post on this so have a read.

Important at this stage that you are patient don't pick at anything.
carlotta last decade
Your plastic surgeon will tell you to keep pressure wraps on the sutured area, for a few weeks/months to avoid keloid formation.

This is very important, and you shouldn't neglect it.

gavinimurthy last decade
I was reading about Carcinocin. It is written that given pre operatively, it will help in avoiding keloid formation after plastic surgery.

It may be too late now, but, I want to share this information with others.

gavinimurthy last decade

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