Hematoma due to subcutaneous bleeding and bruising on the face won’t go away
Q: A woman in her late 20s. The door was broken, so I just pulled it and bumped my face into the door. About a week after the swelling of the face, the swelling completely went away.
There is still a little bruise on the face, but it’s better than before. The bruise caused by hitting the door does not disappear. It’s been two weeks now. At first, it was small, but as the swelling went away, it became hard and a little bigger.
I went to an oriental medicine clinic, and they said no because it’s been too long. They say you can’t touch it because it’s your face. I heard there’s a scar left.
I called plastic surgery and dermatology, but I didn’t hear an answer to the treatment. They said they don’t watch hematoma. So now, I’m just rubbing it with medicine and eggs that make me bruise at home.
What department should I go to if I want to go to the hospital? I’m worried. I can’t go outside.
A: It is presumed that there is bleeding in the subcutaneous and muscle layers due to swelling and bruising due to severe bruises on the face.
The skin hardens as subcutaneous bleeding stops and hematoma is absorbed. Subcutaneous adhesion may occur 비아그라 판매
First of all, warm up and massage, and take anti-inflammatory drugs. Please visit the plastic surgery clinic for treatment.