The Best Bandages for Hidradenitis Suppurativa

Must See Before and After! The Best Bandages for Hidradenitis Suppurativa

Do you struggle with finding the right bandages for your HS? Are you constantly dealing with pain and drainage from your wounds? Today Dr. Egeland is going to talk about our favorite wound care products from ManukaMed, and also share some helpful wound care tips. You won’t believe the before and after photos!

 

 

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  • Melanie

    Reply Reply January 22, 2019

    Thank you so much for these tips! I have found my own inventive ways to cover and attempt to ‘treat’ my HS areas for over 25 years of my life. There are now more and more treatment options coming out and I am finally excited to start trying some of them after all the years of struggling.

    I hope to be able to obtain some of the Manukamed products soon and I am curious whether they may also help with existing scar tissue but is not active (large areas of scar tissue from skin grafts, etc.)

    Thank you for sharing more tips and showing that there is hope for those of us out there who struggle with this!

    • Dr. Alison Egeland

      Reply Reply January 22, 2019

      Thank you for the positive feedback Melanie! Great question. It really depends on a number of factors including the nature of the scar tissue. The Manuka products are usually well-tolerated and I think it would be worth trying.

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