How to Stop an Itchy Wound?

Answer

Many wounds get itchy during the healing process. You can help to stop the itch by keeping the wound clean with soap or hydrogen peroxide. Applying an antibiotic ointment and a bandage is also a good idea, followed by a hot compress.
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