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Question by  CarolynOsborne (2804)

How can I relieve pain from a burn?

I burned my finger badly on the stove and need to do something about the pain.


Answer by  MartinFarmakov (285)

Well for that thing only the time is the answer. You must be careful not to rub the finger of anything and putting it in cold water will only increase the damage. If it is possible put a bandage on it and if not avoid touching him and put some cream for skin care and let it rest.


Answer by  drJ (841)

You will want to treat the area with cold water (NOT ice) to relieve the pain from the heat. Taking ibuprofen or Tylenol will help relieve the pain for first and some second degree burns, but stronger painkillers might be needed depending on the size and depth of the burn. Do not put anything greasy on the burn.


Answer by  Dana46 (2345)

Take some analgesic pain reliever, if you are able. The juice or gel from an aloe plant will help relieve the burn and promote healing. Other, stronger topical analgesics are available, such as Neosporin with pain relief, over the counter at your local pharmacy or drug store. Do not ice it as that might damage tissue further.


Answer by  Pinto (166)

Aloe vera is the best for any wound or burn. Break a piece of aloe vera branch. Apply the juice that seeps out on the burn. Coconut oil also helps.


Answer by  hrpoorna (155)

Burnt finger's hurts more therefore, please do not put any bandages or cotton tapes on the affected finger and any such tapes uncoil immediately. Take a piece of banana stem, put it in the mixer or juice extractor to get the juice in a container. Apply the juice directly on the burnt area, which heals immediately please try it.

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