- Jun 20, 2021
- United States
I'll ask him next week when i see him again. I don't know why he insists on not sending the fluid for testing.You can't tell by looking at it.I again asked him today if he should send the fluid for testing, but he said there isn't need to since it doesn't look like an infectious fluid and it doesn't have any puss.
I'm glad you are on an antibiotic.
Can you ask if the doctors have considered you might have a seroma?
A seroma is a collection of fluid that builds up under the surface of your skin. Seromas may develop after a surgical procedure, most often at the site of the surgical incision or where tissue was removed. The fluid, called serum, doesn’t always build up right away.