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Ingrown nails (kucha kukua ndani ya nyama

Discussion in 'JF Doctor' started by Soulbrother, Mar 8, 2010.

  1. Soulbrother

    Soulbrother JF-Expert Member

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    Naomba msaada

    kucha zangu za miguu zinakuwa ndani ya nyama, ingrown, wanasema. Zina maumivu sana na madaktari waliniambia nifanye operasheni ya kuzitoa... nimetoa mara mbili lakini wapi, zinakua vile vile... je kuna dawa ama haya ni maumivu ya milele

    sasa hivi natinga open shoes kila siku :confused:
  2. NGULI

    NGULI JF-Expert Member

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    Pole sana nimewahi kupata hilo tatizo once, inaelekea unavaa viatu vinavyokubana na unakosea kukata kucha. Pia kuwa unaloweka na maji ya chumvi na unaipara kila mwezi mara mbili ili kuzi weaken.
  3. JS

    JS JF-Expert Member

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    Pole Soulbrother duuh i can imagine the pain you feeling. Imebidi nigoogle tatizo lako na wanasema ni vizuri zaidi ukafanyiwa operesheni.

    hii nimetoa wikipedia

    Treatment of ingrown nails ranges from soaking the afflicted area to surgery. The appropriate method is dictated by the severity of the condition. In nearly all cases, drainage of blood or watery discharge should mean a trip to the doctor, usually a [ame=""]podiatrist[/ame], a specialist trained explicitly to treat these conditions. Most practitioners agree that trying to outwait the condition is nearly always fruitless, as well as agonizing, but it can be done as long as the condition is not too severe and if the individual has a high [ame=""]pain threshold[/ame].
    In mild cases (not including the severe cases as in the photos above), doctors recommend daily soaking of the affected digit in a mixture of warm water and [ame=""]Epsom salts[/ame] and applying an over-the-counter[ame=""]antiseptic[/ame]. This might allow the nail to grow out so it may be trimmed properly and the flesh to heal. Note that infection may be somewhat difficult to prevent in cleaning and treating ingrown nails owing to the warm, dark, and damp environment in shoes.

    Peroxide is immediately effective to help clean minor infections but iodine is more effective in the long term as it continues to prevent bacterial growth even after it is dry. However, iodine should not be used on deep wounds. In such cases a physician or podiatrist should be consulted. Also, although bandages can help keep out bacteria, one should never apply any of the new types of spray-on bandages to ingrown nails that show any discharge - preventing drainage will likely cause intense swelling and pain. Removal of spray-on bandages can be achieved with common rubbing alcohol.
    Another effective method is to use a toothpick or other small pointed object to stuff a very small piece of cotton under the nail, specifically the affected area or as close to it as possible. In mild or moderate cases this may help the nail to grow back out from underneath the skin.
    Some doctors will apply silver nitrate to granulation tissue (overgrowth of irritated tissue at the side of the nail. This may look like reddish cauliflower, bleeds easily). This may shrink and or remove this sensitive overgrown tissue at the side of the nail.
    Another way to deal with the ingrown toenail is to get half of your toenail which is growing under the skin removed.This is a painless procedure after you receive your local anistetic. The doctors remove half the nail and pour a liquid onto the skin which kills the roots and any chance of the nail growing back.
    Never ever attempt to alleviate the swelling using a needle, doing so can lead to an infection.
    These home remedies are, in serious cases, ineffective: when the flesh is too swollen and infected these procedures (purple skin around natural skin tone) will not work. Thus, these more severe cases, such as when the area around the nail becomes infected or the nail will not grow back properly, must be treated by a professional.
  4. Soulbrother

    Soulbrother JF-Expert Member

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    ahsanteni kwa majibu yenu
  5. Theodora

    Theodora JF-Expert Member

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    Inasababishwa ikiwa viatu vinabana, jinsi unavyokata kucha za miguuni, watu wenye diabetes are more at risk, na ikiwa we ni overweight/obese, wengine ni genetics. Lkn unaweza kutumia home remedies labda iwe serious ndo ufanyiwe operation ambayo ni minor.

    Pia unavyokata kucha za miguuni na has za dole gumba.