Skin stays indented around infection?

In response.

An infection causes the skin to rupture and the dead tissue cells and all the heroic but dead T cells that died in combat with the infection pile up, creating skin protrusions. Looking at the area around an infection, the area looks like it is the area at the foot of a small hill.

Skin that stays indented around infection indicates that the skin around the infection has lost elasticity, i.e., it is dying.

Instead of trying to see if the skin stays indented around an infection, try getting rid of the infection immediately by going to see the doctor, using a lot of hydrogen peroxide or rubbing alcohol to wash away the infection, and go see the doctor again to make sure the infection is gone.


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Victor Chen, herbalist, alternative healthcare lecturer, Chinese affairs analyst, retired journalist
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