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How I drain a paronychia: getting the pus out


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Paronychias (pus near the finger nail) are really common, and they hurt.

The way to relieve the pain is to get the pus out.

Here’s how Tessa Davis drains a paronychia in this week’s video on our YouTube channel.

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  1. Can still recall the pain of a paronychia! I won’t even tell you what I did to relieve the pressure in my finger but it involved a very hot needle and a lot of desperation :/ thanks for the video and tips 🙂



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