How Long after a Cut Can You Get Stitches?


When you get a cut that needs stitches you should get stitches within 12 to 18 hours. Getting to the doctor as soon as possible for stitches helps cut the risk of infection. Deep cuts or gaping wounds should be seen by a doctor immediately to be cleaned and stitched.
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One way to tell if you need stitched for a cut is if if a gaping open. if you can see muscle or fat. If it measure more than 1/2 cm it may need some stitches.
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