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  1. Luissa
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    Luissa Annoying Customer Supporting Member

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    Getting a piece of glass out of my foot.:(
     
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    Ouch!

    If the gash is big enough for stitches, you really should get to someone who can properly irrigate it and sew it up.

    It must be clean. Seriously.
     
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    as the stain glass person....how big a piece and where is it stuck...most likey its shard you cant really see but can really feel? right?
     
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    Fax your foot to me and I will remove the glass.
     
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    Just cut off the foot.
     
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    Splinters Treatment: First Aid Information for Splinters



    Try hydrogen peroxide too...in place of the baking soda to flush it out. Once you get it out (use a magnifying glass and clean tweezers) keep it clean and let it heal.
     
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    :lol: I forgot that part...


    And Luissa, if you can't get it out they may have to amputate, sorry.
     
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    I would be able to remove it using an 18G needle attached to a syringe and use the cutting edge of the bevel as sort of a scapel.

    However, my arms aren't long enough to reach you.

    Try soaking it and use a sterilized needle to unroof the entrance tunnel. But, you might need to seek professional assistance.
     
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    I'm not sure I like it when Dr. xotoxi gets all serious in his posts...
     
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    Leave it to xotoxi to talk about a woman's 'entrance tunnel'.
     
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