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    Barely made it alive from first class in Muay Thai

    Got anything on mat burns?

    The entire skin is almost peeled. Sorry for the mental image.
    Last edited by iopyud; 6/25/2010 9:51am at .

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    Tell your boyfriend to take it easy when you're barebacking?

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    Quote Originally Posted by iopyud View Post
    Got anything on mat burns?

    The entire skin is almost peeled. Sorry for the mental image.
    Let's see. Mat burns? In MT? please explain. Well I would advise you to take a shower of not-hot-but-not-cold water. Then proceed to apply a good anti-inflammatory or anti-bacterial creme on the "hot spots".

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    Quote Originally Posted by iopyud View Post
    Got anything on mat burns?

    The entire skin is almost peeled. Sorry for the mental image.
    Let's see. Mat burns? In MT? please explain. Well I would advise you to take a shower of not-hot-but-not-cold water. Then proceed to apply a good anti-inflammatory creme on the "hot spots". Eventually, the situation will be brought under control.

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    actually I get feet mat burns on a common basis, you could wear ankle guards that cover a good part of the bootom of your foot :).

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    If it is your feettry condy's crystals
    to toughen them up
    If it is other parts of your body then that ain't Muay Thai you are doing
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    It's actually on the balls of my feet. A thick layer of skin came off.

    Probably from a drill I did.

    Gonna check out your tips. Thanks guys.

    EDIT: I got the time to check around the web. Apparently I have to disinfect this 'cuz it's pretty dangerous once infected and put some gauze bandage on it.

    Man I wish I could change to topic title.
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    Just to futher add. Its probably a good idea to get yourself a pumpice stone,or maybe even some sandpaper. Use it on your feet/toes,take the calluses away,don't let them build up because if they rip off?? your in for a nasty wound and probably be out of training for a large portion of time while it heals.At least thats advice i've been given by a trainer who had a callus rip off and so i keep an eye on my feet and the thick skin areas.

    edit: i re-read your last post and realised that a callus/thick layer of skin ripping off is exactly what happened.Condolences and keep on top of keeping it clean.

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    Thanks. The skin that came off is like... 1mm.

    I have to go to the mall to get some bandages, hydrogen peroxide and hopefully, I could find some athletic tape. Freakin' stupid mall doesn't sell that crap.

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    Sorry for the double post. Can't seem to find the edit button.

    So I got some stuff.
    I used Hydrogen Peroxide
    Petrolium Jelly
    And then I put some gauze bandage on it.

    I also managed to get some athletic tape. I freakin' hope I'll be able to practice on Monday.

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