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|How To Get Rid Of Whitlow (naturally And Effectively) by bobbyANSELEM: 12:33am On Dec 08, 2017|
What is whitlow?
Herpetic whitlow is an infection created by the herpes simplex virus (HSV). The infection produces a painful wound called a whitlow on the fingers. Caused by the herpes simplex virus (HSV), herpetic whitlow occurs mostly on the fleshy part of the index finger or thumb.
Whitlow can be excruciating painful and causes discomfort.
What are the causes of whitlow
Whitlow is Caused by the herpes simplex virus (HSV), herpetic whitlow occurs mostly on the fleshy part of the index finger or thumb. Sometimes herpetic whitlow can develop on the toes.
Symptoms of whitlow
Timing : The first symptoms usually appear 2-20 days after the person is exposed to the herpes simplex virus.
Sensation: The infected area will burn or tingle, and the person may begin to experience pain before any noticeable lesion shows up.
Infection : The finger will then begin to swell and redden as the infection develops. Blisters will appear and begin to fill with liquid or pus . There may be just one blister, or a group of them may develop. They are typically small and very painful to the touch.
Rupture: These blisters will then burst and scab over in the weeks to come. Once the scabs heal, the infection returns to its dormant state.
Other symptoms may appear at any time during the infection, including:
swollen lymph nodes in the armpits or elbow area
red marks surrounding or leading away from the whitlow
I want to make this look simple and short, even at taking antibiotics whitlow can still take time before healing, but I'm going to share a very fast tip to aid a rapid healing of whitlow.
Here we Go:
Do you know that whitlow hates heat!?
Yes it does and that is one of its weaknesses,
If you are a whitlow victim, this is what you will do.
What to do
1. Boil a hot water,
2. Allow the boiled hot water to cool abit (but it still have to be hot)
3. Add a spoon of salt to the hot water (Note: don't open the whitlow blisters)
4. Now dip your affected finger into this hot water and salt combination.
Do this twice a day and see the magic, the pus in the whitlow will start draining out on it'd own, because salt was present in the hot water as salt kills bacteria so as hot water too.
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|Re: How To Get Rid Of Whitlow (naturally And Effectively) by bobbyANSELEM: 12:36am On Dec 08, 2017|
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