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 Redness 3 weeks post neutering

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PostSubject: Redness 3 weeks post neutering    Redness 3 weeks post neutering  EmptyWed Mar 09, 2022 12:56 pm

I noticed redness around my husky’s incision area. But it’s been 3-4 weeks since he was neutered and he was cleared my the vet around the 2nd week. Since I noticed over the weekend and the vet was closed. I started giving him some Benadryl in case it was a reaction to the internal dissolvable stitches and the redness has gone down significantly. He isn’t in pain or less active. Has this happened to anyone??

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PostSubject: Re: Redness 3 weeks post neutering    Redness 3 weeks post neutering  EmptyWed Mar 09, 2022 1:06 pm

I'm going to suggest that the new hair growing in around the incision is irritating the "situation." Ask any man who's had a beard and shaved it and then let it regrow, those first few days are itchy as all getout!

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