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Bone graft site

bedawgsbbedawgs Posts: 57
edited 06/11/2012 - 8:57 AM in Recovering from Surgery
Please leave feedback on how long the bone graft site was red,Im curios how long this will stay,its really ugly and what is somthing to put on it to help get the redness go away.


  • I know all of my bone graft sites have all faded and are just normal skin color now. How long that took I have no idea, but they look like any other incision that is old now. More than likely if it is on the front side, it will take longer before it heals just from the movement.
  • Yes it is on the front side,the stupid strips made me blister bad and it was really swelled.But that went away and now its just a nice shiney red patch.
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