If you have received treatment from us and are concerned with the way your wound is healing, or have any queries with caring for your wound please do not hesitate to contact us.
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Please note that this is an administrators line, and they are not medically trained. They will take notes of your queries and pass them onto the doctor who performed your procedure or another medically trained staff member. You will be contacted by our team as soon as possible with instructions, advice or arrange for you to re-attend the clinic.
If your query or concern is urgent please contact your GP, A&E or walk-in centre.
If your wound has become more painful, feels tender, looks red or inflamed, is leaking liquid, pus, blood or smells unpleasant, there is a possibility you may have a wound infection. As with any medical procedure where incisions are made into the skin there is a risk of a wound infection, our doctors and nurses will do all they can to prevent an infection however it is important that you know how to spot if you’re developing an infection after you go home.
A surgical wound infection can develop 2 to 3 days after your surgery.