Jun 13, 2009 6:44 AM GMT
So, anyone with medical training, I'd appreciate some advice. I have a burn on the palm of my hand. It's not overly serious, it's just big. like, 3 inches long, and an inch wide. So it's a big sucker. It's completely blistered over and the doctors have told me to keep the blister in place, which I want to do. However, the thing is so big that the pressure from all the plasma is causing me pain. Is there any effective way in which I can partially drain the blister so that my hand is not constantly throbbing? And if so, how should I go about doing so?