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How do you get rid of dried blood under your skin?

A monkey bit my thumb, and this morning when i got up the marks went dark because of the dried blood under it. should i poke on it with a needle or will it fade SOON?

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how long would it fade away tho'?

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    it is called a water bumb dude and unfortulently u will have to wait for it to go away burn spray helps even though tecnically it is not a burn BELIVE me it works

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  • sesser
    Lv 4
    4 years ago

    Dried Blood Under Skin

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  • 1 decade ago

    It's best to leave it alone or you will risk getting an infection. However, if you wait for a week or two and the skin over the blood hardens, then you can use a needle or something like that to carefully get the blood out from under it and just clip off the skin with some nail clippers or something like that.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    No Poking On it Would Not Help remove Dryed Blood,Dryed Blood Stays In one Place,Just Like Blood That is Not Dryed Moves around, So I beleave just Wait Untill it fade away It will Fade Away, although it may Take A Lot of time to fade away,then again It may fade quick

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  • 1 decade ago

    It will just fade on its own.This will take some time ( just like when you get bruised ). If you'll prick it..it will be painful,not to mention the infection you can get by using foreign object. To help, first put cold compress (ice wrapped in a towel ) for hours then warm compress ( towel wet with hot water ). This will improve the circulation of blood in that area. Hope this helps. God bless! ;)

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  • Joan
    Lv 4
    4 years ago

    As always, you have to start from the inside! Drink plenty water, to help circulation and removal of toxins - it is always good for the skin! Drink a glass of chrysanthemum tea every day. This will clear up your eyes and skin Eat a lot of carrots, as it is rich in beta carotene - excellent for the skin and eyes! Eat more fruits that are rich in Vitamin C, which can strengthen your blood vessels and clear up your skin Avoid taking aspirin as it worsens the circles by clotting the blood. Facial masques and massages: If the cause of the dark circles is just inadequate sleep, try the quick remedy of putting ice on your eyes Soak a piece of cotton with milk and use them to cover your eyes for 15 minutes Rub your hands until your palms are very warm. Then cover your eyes with your palms for 30 seconds. Rub your hands until your palms are very warm. Massage all around your face as if you are washing your face. Open your eyes wide, and look up, then down and then right and left. Repeat for 10 times. Do this every morning and evening. These tips do work! Try them! But of course, if you don't get your beauty sleep, even if you use all these methods, your eyes will still be swollen and dark. So do get enough sleep!

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  • 1 decade ago

    It might not go aways as soon as you would like, but I think it is best to leave it alone. You will be less prone to an infection in the area, and believe me, it will eventually disappear.

    Source(s): I'm a Nurse
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  • 4 years ago

    For the best answers, search on this site https://shorturl.im/0di5H

    Just like the saying goes 'time heals all wounds' that is true in this case you may just have to let him be until your body completely heals

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  • 5 years ago

    DO NOT PLAY WITH IT.I DID EXACTLY THAT WITH A NEEDLE AND CAUSED A SERIOUS INFECTION---GO TO A SKIN SPECIALIST.--TIME IS A PROVEN HEALER

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