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Burnt Blood Vessels watch

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    i fell asleep on my hot water bottle ages ago
    its lke ive scarred the blood vessels as there is a weird shape imprinted on my front
    like the vessels are more prominent and it hasnt gone away
    is this possible
    WHAT IS IT, ITS SO UGLY !
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    A burn.
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    (Original post by mathew551)
    A burn.
    is it possible to burn blood vessels though ? and how can i get rid of it
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    this sounds weird..
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    *prods* FREAK.
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    It requires about 6-10 hours for direct contact with an object with 44 Celcius degrees to cause burns. As 44 Celcius degrees is comparable to a (very) hot shower... you really should see your doctor? You've been scalded.
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    Look up "erythema ab igne" - does that look like what's happened to your foot?

    Otherwise, post a picture and we'll have another guess.
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    (Original post by Helenia)
    Look up "erythema ab igne" - does that look like what's happened to your foot?

    Otherwise, post a picture and we'll have another guess.
    that's it... what now ?
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    that's it... what now ?
    Basically, don't do it again, and see your GP to see if they think it's worth seeing a dermatologist about.
 
 
 
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