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Old 09-30-2006, 08:33 PM   #1
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Unhappy Fallen' and I can't get up

Anybody have a good cure for road rash? I ate my today and I got some pretty good gashes. I had my helmet and chest protector on, so it was just my arms and legs that got ate up. I washed them out but all I have is neosporin. Anybody got some better medicine ideas?
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Old 09-30-2006, 08:41 PM   #2
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neosporin and vicodin and make sure you de-breed your wonds well, dont want infections
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Old 09-30-2006, 09:02 PM   #4
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Alcohol is a great pain reliever.

Sorry to hear that you ate it today man.
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Old 09-30-2006, 09:06 PM   #6
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Old 09-30-2006, 09:10 PM   #7
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Gone. Frame is cracked. It looks like a big pile of dog sh**.
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Old 09-30-2006, 09:23 PM   #8
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What happened? Just clean up the wounds with Hydrigen Peroxide or iodine, then treat with neosporin.
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Old 09-30-2006, 09:27 PM   #9
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put some maggots on it or meel worms
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Old 09-30-2006, 09:29 PM   #10
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I'm not really sure. One minute I'm on the bike,next minute I'm picking myself off the concrete. It was a residential neighborhood...not sure if I hit some gravel or what. It all took a second.
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Old 09-30-2006, 09:37 PM   #11
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another gsxr down anotehr noob eating it.......you need to get the wound cleaned out at the hospital blood infection will hurt alot worse than them cleaning it. I can tell you that from first hand exp.
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another gsxr down anotehr noob eating it.......you need to get the wound cleaned out at the hospital blood infection will hurt alot worse than them cleaning it. I can tell you that from first hand exp.
...another frame cracked. :eh:
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Old 09-30-2006, 11:10 PM   #14
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Ouch... sorry to hear that. I agree, if its bad enough, go to the doc. If you have gravel in it... then it sucks to have it heal in there and you have to get it out later. If you dont have insurance... get really really really wasted and then go at it with a nail scrubber and some anti-bacterial soap (OUCH!).

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Old 09-30-2006, 11:35 PM   #15
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Make sure to keep cleaning the rash and applying triple antibiotic ointment (neosporin) daily until you see new skin appearing.

Peroxide really is bad for the skin, it will kill away the top layer of skin cells and actually slow healing time if used full strength. I'm sure you've already cleaned it, however, from now on with every cleansing you should dilute it 1/2 saline 1/2 peroxide. I would also recommend adding Vit. E softgels (puncture the gel cap obviously) to the ointment to help minimize the scarring. Then cover with kerlix bandages (or any other type of bandage rolls). Make sure that you wet the bandages before removing them, as they will stick to the wound. The main thing is to watch for redness or heat. Those are usually the beginning signs of infection. You might also want to take ibuprofen (aprox. 800Milligrams) every six hours for the next day or two. Especially before cleaning the wound. And without saying....alchohol and ibuprofen don't mix.

Good luck and hope you heal up well. Sorry to hear about the bike, but for now just take care of yourself.
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Make sure to keep cleaning the rash and applying triple antibiotic ointment (neosporin) daily until you see new skin appearing.

Peroxide really is bad for the skin, it will kill away the top layer of skin cells and actually slow healing time if used full strength. I'm sure you've already cleaned it, however, from now on with every cleansing you should dilute it 1/2 saline 1/2 peroxide. I would also recommend adding Vit. E softgels (puncture the gel cap obviously) to the ointment to help minimize the scarring. Then cover with kerlix bandages (or any other type of bandage rolls). Make sure that you wet the bandages before removing them, as they will stick to the wound. The main thing is to watch for redness or heat. Those are usually the beginning signs of infection. You might also want to take ibuprofen (aprox. 800Milligrams) every six hours for the next day or two. Especially before cleaning the wound. And without saying....alchohol and ibuprofen don't mix.

Good luck and hope you heal up well. Sorry to hear about the bike, but for now just take care of yourself.
he needs to go to the hopital and get it cleaned they need to brush out the cement that's in the wound. if yo udon't do that you'll have dirty cement in side your body.
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Old 10-01-2006, 01:38 AM   #17
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yea, you make this thread like you just took a small spill, but it sounds REALLY bad. pics of bike? what happend you gotta know something. sounds like you do need to go to the hospital.
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Make sure to keep cleaning the rash and applying triple antibiotic ointment (neosporin) daily until you see new skin appearing.

Peroxide really is bad for the skin, it will kill away the top layer of skin cells and actually slow healing time if used full strength. I'm sure you've already cleaned it, however, from now on with every cleansing you should dilute it 1/2 saline 1/2 peroxide. I would also recommend adding Vit. E softgels (puncture the gel cap obviously) to the ointment to help minimize the scarring. Then cover with kerlix bandages (or any other type of bandage rolls). Make sure that you wet the bandages before removing them, as they will stick to the wound. The main thing is to watch for redness or heat. Those are usually the beginning signs of infection. You might also want to take ibuprofen (aprox. 800Milligrams) every six hours for the next day or two. Especially before cleaning the wound. And without saying....alchohol and ibuprofen don't mix.

Good luck and hope you heal up well. Sorry to hear about the bike, but for now just take care of yourself.
this is actually true ... peroxide no bueno for the skin ... in fact if you concentrate it enough (beyond the 2% found in the store) it will eat away your skin as well as blow up if handle to roughly ...
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well take a warm bath in epson salt, be sure to scrub even though i know it'll hurt. ONce dry pour hydrogen proxcide on it, followed by some type of medicated ointment like neosporin and your choice to bandage or not....pssst it'll heal fast with no bandage!!
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I had my helmet and chest protector on, so it was just my arms and legs that got ate up.

So what were you wearing, shorts and t-shirt?
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