You will need
- - disinfecting solutions;
- - "Levomekol";
To accelerate healing of the puncture in the lobe of the ear, it is necessary to begin treatment of a wound in the first day after the procedure. For this suitable disinfecting solutions such as hydrogen peroxide, furatsilin, chlorhexidine, or usual rubbing alcohol. Moisten the cotton wool in one of the proposed liquids and gently RUB the lobe of the ear. Necessary to slightly move the earring so that the solution gets inside the piercing. In the absence of signs of inflammation will be enough twice daily treatment for two to three weeks.
If, despite careful maintenance of the lobe of the ear, there are signs of inflammation (swelling, redness), treatment frequency should be increased to five times a day. It is desirable in this case to change the disinfectant solution, because if he didn't help you as a preventive measure, it is unlikely he will cope with the inflammation. Do not remove the decoration in the hope that healing will go faster. Wound really tight, but insert the earring back you can not.
If the wound festered, should three times a day to treat the lobe of the ear with ointment "Levomekol". Remember that the procedure should be carried out only with clean hands, otherwise the problem will only get worse.
If the lobe of the ear never heals, you must consult a doctor. Only he can assess the seriousness of the situation and suggest what to do next. Perhaps in this way you are allergic to the metal from which made decoration, so a change of earrings can help. But if the Allergy here there is nothing, but inflammation is still not healing, the wearing of earrings is likely to have to give.
If the inflammation had arisen a few months after the piercing procedure, to treat the lobe of the ear should be the same way. But in this case, you will be able to remove the earring from the ear, without worrying that the puncture will be delayed.
Treatment of earlobe complicated, if not to maintain wound sterility. Do not touch the puncture site with dirty hands and talking on the phone, applying up to the site of inflammation.