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Advice On Treating Facial Injury

Discussion in 'Eyes, Ears, Nose and Headaches/Migraines' started by Márk K, Sep 7, 2016.

  1. Márk K

    Márk K Member

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    Hi everyone, my young brother (17) has been hit by a car this morning and he landed on his face ending up internally and externally torn/scarred in several places some which have been stitched [living elsewhere I haven't seen how he actually looks, my parents called to tell me] his face is a swollen mess and he has been X-rayed multiple times (different body parts) as well, any ideas and suggestions on how to best handle the situation would be greatly appreciated, what to eat, supplement, avoid etc. Thank you! Márk
     
  2. ecstatichamster

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    Honey topically is amazing. Cypro and aspirin for pain. Riboflavin high dose for an antibiotic.
     
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    Márk K

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    thanks for the tips!
     
  4. Nighteyes

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    Maybe some progesterone for better wound healing
     
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    I like the honey and progesterone ideas very much! (and use them myself when needed - the progesterone is also a nice anesthetic)

    I would NOT, however, recommend methylene blue ... I was using it (up to 8 drops of Oxidal daily, by mouth [in water]) when I busted up my face last fall and wound up with blue tinted scars. They are still decidedly blue almost one year later. :confused:
     
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