How to Remove Stitches Yourself?

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To remove stitches yourself you need a pair of sterile scissors. Tweezers may also be helpful. Cut the stitches with the scissors and pull out the thread with the tweezers.
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1. Fold the material in half along the seam you want to rip out. By folding the material lengthwise, you are exposing the seam, making it easier to see and remove the stitches. 2.
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1. Make sure it's safe to remove your stitches. In some cases you absolutely shouldn't remove your own stitches. If your stitches were inserted after a surgical procedure, or if the
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Take tweezers and pull the stitch up as far as possible and then cut as close to the skin as possible.
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I assume these stitches are superficial, and meant to be taken out (sometimes sutures placed deeper and meant to stay in do migrate to the surface). It doesn't matter who takes it
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