I have some cuts that are starting to show signs of infection... I keep my cuts bandgaged up and I use hydrogen peroxide and cream right before I cover them and they are almost always covered unless I'm changing the bandage (which is after I cut again) Now when I first started to cut I didnt cover them and they started to get infected when they did I decided that I would cover them and I have been ever since... Now Im doing everything that I can changing the bandages at least once a day and always cleaning with the peroxide and putting cream on it before I re-bandage... I dont understand why the smaller cuts that I make are the ones that seem to be getting infected ( I make large gashes with a hunting knife and small cuts with a razor blade) I would think that it would be the other way around that the deep cuts would be more at risk... However it seems to always be the small ones that are getting infected. Does anyone have any advice or thoughts as to why the small ones do seem to get infected and the large ones dont It doesnt make any sense to me...
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