Diabetic ulcers are an awfully painful, yet incredibly common complication of diabetes mellitus. They are open wounds or sores, generally on the bottom of a diabetic person’s foot. They put a skip in your step but for all the wrong reasons.
Approximately 15% of people with diabetes mellitus will experience a diabetic foot ulcer in their lifetime, so knowing how to avoid getting one is crucial.
The good news is that you may be able to avoid a trip to the hospital with APTTM T3X for diabetic ulcers.
Diabetic ulcers are usually caused by poor diet, mismanaged insulin levels, nerve damage or poor circulation. These are things that you’ve no doubt been warned about as a diabetic, so this should come as no surprise.
As a person with diabetes, daily skin inspections and paying attention to your extremities are already a part of your everyday life. In their early stages, and thanks to your attentiveness, diabetic foot ulcers likely won’t need the attention of a doctor.
When you first notice a diabetic foot ulcer cropping up (maybe your sock is suddenly sticking to the ball of your foot or it is unusually swollen), address it right away. Basic wound care is important at this stage. Beyond cleaning the wound, dressing it is nearly as important.
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Caring for your feet is the first step in managing potential diabetic foot ulcers. Get to know your toes, heels and everything in between to easily identify anything out of the norm. Seeing a podiatrist regularly can also help you avoid trouble in the first place.
As soon as you notice any cuts, scrapes or spots of tenderness, swelling or redness, be sure to tend to them right away.
Ask your doctor about following these steps to treat your diabetic foot ulcer quickly:
- Wash the area thoroughly with saline or clean tap water.
- Apply APTTM T3X immediately in order to keep the troubled area moist.
- Dress the wound with a clean bandage to keep it protected.
- Repeat this process every 48 hours, cleaning the wound and changing the bandage each time.
Keep pressure off of the wound by elevating your foot or wearing special shoes and socks.
With APTTM 3TX ointment, many people see notable improvement within 48 hours. Should you have concerns about the rate of healing or any worsening symptoms, please contact your medical provider.
APTTM T3X brings the power of a high-end prescription drug to your diabetic ulcer without the hassle of doctor visits and sky-high out-of-pocket costs. APTTM T3X expertly treats diabetic foot ulcers by penetrating the epidermis to enter the dermis and surrounding tissues safely and effectively.
No time is wasted with APTTM Tetracycline 3% ointment — it powerfully disrupts the cell wall of the offending organism and floods it with medication, causing a biochemical and mechanical kill of the organism. Sounds intense, right?
See the FAQs below or contact your doctor if you have any questions about APTTM 3TX for ulcers.
No. APTTM 3TX is a powerful, FDA-registered first-aid antibiotic ointment. And it’s only a click away. Buy it here.
Notable improvement is most often seen within 48 hours of using APTTM 3TX Ointment. Longer durations may be required for more severe infections.
If you are sensitive to tetracycline products or any of the ingredients on the list, consult with your healthcare provider before use. To date, there have been no documented adverse reactions to use of this product.
How to Heal a Diabetic Foot Ulcer? Try APTTM T3X
Diabetic foot ulcers don’t have to ruin your day. Staying on top of the health of your skin will prevent a wound from getting out of control and requiring further intervention. Get down to business and treat your diabetic foot ulcer fast with this proprietary formulation of APTTM T3X.