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Really I'd get it checked out to make sure it is ok. It may just be that the damage to nerves in the burn is getting confused with feeling problems elsewhere OR that there is swelling pressing on the nerve. In the mean time cover the wound with a burns dressing/ cling film; if it's not fully cool then put it on under a running cold tap for at least 10mins or it has cooled, whichever is the longest. If it is still warm I wouldn't use any cream on it or that will cause the burn to worsen as the cream will start to burn on it.
Is there any pain in the burn itself or just around it? If it isn't and it is then it's likely a full thickness (3rd degree) burn and if these are bigger than the thickness of 2 fingers next to each other. If it isn't and blistering and painful then it's likely a 2nd degree (partial thickness) burn and if these ar bigger than 3 fingers pt together then you also need to get it checked out. These can get checked out at an A&E or see a doctor tomorrow; if you ring your doctors this evening then on the answer phone then they will tell you how to get in touch with an out of hours doctor who could then take a look at it.
Posted on Dec 03, 2016
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