Can I put on Madecasol after the surgery?
Q: I’m a woman in my mid-thirties. I’ve been having sex about four times a week. When I was in my teens and twenties, I had a couple of pregnancy because I had no cones.
It’s been 3 weeks and 4 weeks since the surgery. I still have pain. The doctor said the thread line would fill up. Can I put some Madecasol on it? I was wondering if it would play better. Currently, I’m applying the ointment for Baeroban.
A: Every drug in the world has its pros and cons. Madecasol powder is a product containing intravenous blood flow-enhancing plant additives, but it will vary in degree depending on body condition, type of medicine, method of use and duration.
Usually, the ointment applied after a plastic surgery is either antibiotic ointment or steroid ointment with antibiotics, or steroid ointment. You don’t have to apply it if it’s not uncomfortable.
If found to be infected, antibiotics (antibacterial agents) or ointment application combined with antibiotics and antibiotics are required. Steroid ointment has anti-inflammatory, anti-allergy and painkiller effects, but you should refrain from applying steroid ointment to infected areas. After applying ointment, stop using immediately if it swells or stings and seek medical attention.
Disinfectant used after surgery can sometimes cause allergic reactions. Even if it’s a cosmetic noise sequence surgery, it takes months to heal completely. Usually, the shape will take place three to four weeks after surgery, but it’s not recommended to give much stimulation until four to six weeks after surgery.