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waterproof nip coverings [R]1 year, 2 months agoc_danielle_c posted submission on piercing.
Sept. 8, 2018
hey guys! im looking for recommendations for waterproof bandages or petals to put over my month old nipple piercings- i have to take a 20min swim test (it’s unavoidable) but don’t wanna mess up my healing!! i know tegaderm is a good brand but if someone could link me to a specific product you know is good that would be awesome!! thank u!!
Sept. 8, 2018
I used these and loved them! They are what we use where I work to cover the insertion site for an IV. This size was just perfect!
3m Tegaderm Transparent Film Dressing 2.375" x 2.75"/Picture Frame Style/Package of 20 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0009Q2OMW/ref=cmswrcpapi_9ciLBbDG137VB
Taking a libre freestyle swimming [R]1 year, 4 months agoorm518 posted submission on diabetes.
July 20, 2018
I've just started swimming again and on my third trip to the pool my libre freestyle came unstuck. I'm planning on swimming several times a week so I guess the glue by itself won't be sufficient. What do folks use to help keep it stuck on when you go swimming?
July 20, 2018
I use tegaderm size 1624W, I find they can last all 10 days of the Libre sensor if I'm not doing too much swimming or exercising. When I do go to the beach or the gym a few days in one sensor, I normally just need to swap the tegaderm patch once. Works great.
Swimming in the sea or pool with a mild puncture wound? [R]2 years, 3 months agosteveyoo97 posted submission on Swimming.
Aug. 15, 2017
I have a mild puncture wound on my upper thigh. It's not serious at all, it only bled a tiny bit and never even really hurt. It's been about three days and it seems like it's healing fine so far, but it's not totally closed over yet.
I'm just wondering what the general feeling is here about swimming with minor wounds? Is it a big infection risk? Will it slow the healing process or make scarring more likely?
I know a lot of this depends on where and what type of water you are swimming in of course! I'm in Northern Europe and the sea water is very clean. Although I think many of our pools try to use less chlorine so maybe those are not a good option?
What has been your experience with swimming (or deciding not to swim) while having minor to moderate cuts / wounds? I'm sure that as a kid I swam with cuts / scrapes / wounds and no one ever thought twice and I was always fine, but now a bit of googling has made me a bit more skittish. Thoughts?
Aug. 15, 2017
you can try sealing it off with krazy glue (trust me, it works).
Or you can use a Tegaderm, which is fancy medical adhesive saran wrap: https://www.amazon.com/Tegaderm-Transparent-Dressing-Picture-Package/dp/B0009Q2OMW/ref=pdsim1212?encoding=UTF8&pdrdi=B0009Q2OMW&pdrdr=18696BDZ17RZWGA8QQEG&pdrdw=Y4f1i&pdrdwg=kJSTF&psc=1&refRID=18696BDZ17RZWGA8QQEG
Foot rash: tips for footcare? [R]3 years, 10 months agoJan. 25, 2016
Jan. 26, 2016
(Nurse here) The steroid cream will just reduce inflammation, thus it makes sense that the 'rash' returns often (if there is nothing to cure, it's just a skin abrasion) . Once your shoes are fully broken in, this shouldn't be a problem, but that can take a lot of time. In the mean time, a Tegaderm dressing over the problem area should help as this dressing acts like a second skin so it will take the front of shoe attack without affecting the tightness or function of the shoes (note: I don't work for Tegaderm, but have many friends that have sung the praise of Tegaderm for problem shoes (high heels, etc..) and have been impressed how well the dressing holds on patients). Link for Tegaderm: http://www.amazon.com/Tegaderm-Transparent-Dressing-Picture-Package/dp/B0009Q2OMW/ref=sr12?s=hpc&ie=UTF8&qid=1453813981&sr=1-2&keywords=tegaderm
Ok KC, what are the strangest remedies for the inevitable burns, cuts, and other minor injuries that come with working in a kitchen? And more importantly, do they actually work? [R]4 years, 10 months agoToptomcat posted submission on KitchenConfidential.
Jan. 14, 2015
I have heard that you should rub salt into a cut to stop the bleeding. I have also heard pepper will do the same thing. I have also heard that you should rub citrus on a burn to speed up healing. I have never actually tried any of these, but I want to hear what other weird tricks you all have heard.
Jan. 14, 2015
>Selected honey should be used in sufficient quantities so that it remains there if diluted with wound exudates. It should cover and extend beyond the wound margins. Better results occur when applied on dressing than on wound. All the cavities should be adequately filled with honey and occlusive dressing applied to prevent oozing from the wound...
That's pretty weird.
First Aid Kit [R]5 years, 1 month agoseanthenry posted submission on Frugal.
Oct. 17, 2014
I'm looking to get a second first aid kit for the house: there're only two of us, but we've raided the old first aid kit a number of times over the years, so I know the things are useful.
But I can't find the sort of trauma / first aid kit combination I'm wanting to find.
So, I'm going to build the thing! I'll use something like a fishing tackle box or such (suggestions?) and store bought supplies.
What would you include (other than the obvious--Band-aid like stuff, gauze, gloves) and where would you get it? (I know I'm going to include burn cream: we cook and things happen.)
Also, does anyone know a good first aid booklet we could get? I really want just a booklet, not a whole book: something that's a quick reference.
Tubal 2 weeks before wedding [R]5 years, 4 months agoprivateprblms posted submission on childfree.
July 30, 2014
I've been scheduled for my tubal ligation on Aug 14, and getting married on Aug 31, leaving for sunny honeymoon directly after. I've read through everyone's tubal experiences, but I'm hoping to get some feedback specifically about how you all felt two weeks out (if you can remember!). I'm 26 and having the Filshie clip procedure.
I'd really like to have this done prior to the wedding (heeey-o honeymoon!), but I don't want to be hunched over or in pain for it either.
Can anyone help me out? Thanks!
Edit: great advice from everyone, thank you so much! Feeling much better about the whole thing.
July 31, 2014
This is what I used: http://www.amazon.com/Tegaderm-Transparent-Dressing-2-375-Picture/dp/B0009Q2OMW/
The clear Nexcare waterproof bandaids are really good too. I used them when I had a mole removed and would highly recommend them if you want something with the dressing built in already (they make larger sizes that should cover the whole belly button area).