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angelaquarius angelaquarius 31-35, F 3 Answers Nov 5, 2012 in Health

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thank you

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I hope it helps.

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Be careful around hot oil. Failing that, stay away from butter (porpoises infection).<br />
How bad is the burn?<br />
First aid for burns is as followed:<br />
Red skin with possible swelling but no blisters is 1st degree. Use cold water to stop your burn from "cooking". Use a soothing cream and analgesic for the pain.<br />
If blisters are seen use the same method as above but wrap the burn in a clean bandage. If it becomes very painful and or hot, this could be a sign of infection. See a doctor<br />
If the skin becomes dark brown or black, this indicates a 3rd degree burn. Go to the Emergency room you need to see a doctor right away.

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It's a first degree, happened while making breakfast this morning.

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How bad of a burn is it?

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It's a first degree, a little blistering

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Blistering makes it 2nd degree

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