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Hey guys yesterday I sliced the inside of my index finger open along the inside of the first knuckle. It was pretty bad, but I didn't really think that stitches were necessary, I bandaged it up, after cleaning it out, and it seemed to stop seeping through the bandaids. So, 24 hours later I removed the bandages, and while it has healed up tenuously along some of it, the deepest part is still bleeding (albeit much slower than yesterday). I've dressed the wound again now.
Obviously I should've gone to get stitches, I misjudged how bad the wound was, but what I'm wondering is if there's any point in going 24h after the fact, and if not, will this thing heal up on it's own? Thanks guys!
edit: oh yeah, I'm fairly sure that it was the removal of the bandaids that may have opened up the wound a little bit, just because now matter how you do it, it tugs the skin near the cut. Should I be using gauze instead?