*Tha xairomoun poly an milousate ellinika kai eixame mia epikoinonia mazi.*
*Eyxaristw. Aris Loukas
2008/1/26, melodyingreece <melody@aegeansailin
> I had a successful resurfacing with Dr De Smet 17 days ago and
> am feeling very strong.
> While I was in Belgium my wound began to look red in a couple of
> places and I was put on anti-biotics for 8 days to prevent infection.
> There was one stitch to be taken out at around 14 days and I asked a
> friend who is a British nurse to come and do that for me. She came on
> Thursday but was not happy with the way my wound looked and suggested
> I went to the local medical centre to have the stitch out and for a
> doctor to look at it.
> I went there yesterday. They removed the stitch but said I had
> an 'inflation' I thought maybe they meant swelling, but then wondered
> if they meant inflammation. They gave me more antibiotics and I have
> to go back on Monday. (Will also take someone with me who speaks
> better Greek I think!)
> The nurse prodded and scraped and squeezed my wound before dressing
> it. It has been quite tender ever since, and I can no longer sit
> comfortably. The dressing has blood on it so I am going to ask my
> friend to change it today.
> I've emailed Dr De Smet to see if he has any advice, but has anyone
> on here had similar problems?
> RHR De Smet 09/01/08 EU
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