How Long Does an Incision Take to Heal?

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The time it takes for an incision to heal depends on the person and the size. On average, it will take between two weeks and three months. Some people heal faster than others.
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Sutures or staples are removed from laparoscopy sites 7-10 days after the surgery. Usually steri-strips (paper and cloth thread combination dressing) are placed to keep the wound
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Sterile packing material is the most commonly used medical device to promote healing from inside an incision.
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It may take upto 6 weeks before you could return to normal
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For a wound to heal; clotting has to take place which involves coagulants known as Factors I,II,IV and so on. Either there is improper circulation of blood in the area or a Factor
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