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Trigger. Should I go to a hospital?
Caitjde posted:

I caved and burned myself. This time pretty bad 3rd degree its big and theirs like a crevice in my arm. I'm kinda scared. Theres a hospital 2 blocks away from my house. Should I just take my insurance card and go?
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    Do you know how to treat burn? ie you have the knowledge to treat it properly? if not then an visit to the ER is in order.

    In the mean time, do not ice it or put any cream on it, and do not break the blister that will form.

    Any burn wider than 1 inch or longer than 3 inches or encircles a limb should be seen by an medical professional.

    I'm not really a psychopath, I just play one on the internet.
    Kate_Te responded:
    Yes. Go to the hospital and have your wounds professionally cleaned and bandaged.
    MandyCake replied to Kate_Te's response:
    I agree with DDT and Kate-Te. Please take care of you.

    All of the flowers, of all of our tomorrows, are found in the seeds of today. Plant them well, nurish them, nurture them, keep them safe and watch how beautifully they will bloom.

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