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    Got this cut three days ago. I know it’s healing properly but what’s this orange ****?
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    Thanks for the enlightenment.
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    But to answer your question, I think thats part of the healing process, Leave it alone. Our bodies are weird.
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    Got this cut three days ago. I know it’s healing properly but what’s this orange ****?
    Everything I've seen from your posts looks totally fine. You can get various bits of colour in the white to red spectrum as a cut heals. It's things like dead skin, scabbing etc that's all a normal part of the healing process.
    I wouldn't worry unless you notice any wet stuff that's white, yellow, green etc or you notice redness starting to spread out from the wound. Even then it's just a matter of going to a pharmacy and seeing what they suggest. Even if a small wound does get infected it's usually not anything to fuss over cos your body is good at fighting of stuff like that.
    Looks like it's healing up well at the moment. It's a bit of a big one though so it might take a little while before it's fully healed.

    Be sure not to poke or pick at it, try to keep it clean and dry, consider seeing a pharmacist so they can take a look and comfort you a bit.
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    You should cover it that could get infected still looks very open
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