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    • #28364
      Alyssa Silva

      Hi all. I’m developing a mild pressure sore on the back of my left heel. What’s the best way to treat this and prevent it from getting worse? Aside from the obvious not putting pressure on it, I’m not sure what to do… if anything at all. Thanks!

    • #28373
      Kelly Miller

      I’ve found that silver works really well. A wound care team used a prescription form once when I was in the hospital. If you don’t want to go that route, there’s Manuka honey. I’ve gotten both from Amazon. Here’s the silver I get, but there are several:

    • #28378
      DeAnn R

      I second the silver suggestion.

    • #28379
      Alyssa Silva

      Awesome. Never heard of this. Thanks so much!

    • #28424
      Yvette Haas

      I also love coloidal silver for all open wounds, but I have never used the type shown above. It looks like it would be super convenient for a pressure sore, because it’s already in gel form, but if you have an option, get one in a higher silver count. That one is 24ppm, whereas the spray I got at the health food store is 250ppm. Not saying 24ppm won’t be enough for your concern,  but when you do buy a silver product, that you will see a range of potency, price, and form… So see what works for you. It can do amazing stuff! I was sooo happy to have it when the whole left side of my face had a little (major) encounter with a frozen gravel driveway in 2018! No one could believe my skin came back so quickly. It was fantastic.

      • #28432
        Alyssa Silva

        Thanks Yvette! I’ll have to do my research this weekend

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