Alice burned the inside of her wrist with steam while cooking. She had heard about the FireBurnDoctor on the Jeff Rense radio show and called the phone number within 1-2 minutes. When the FBD team called her back to confirm details, she said her pain level had been a 10 (on a scale of 0 to 10), but had already dropped to a 6. Then added, "Actually, its getting better, now it's a 4." An hour later, Alice called again to report: "My burn took place at 6:42, Central Standard Time, about an hour ago. I have no pain now. Only if I..., it's in the folding part where my wrist bends, so it slightly tingles, a little bit, when I bend it...."
Later, Alice emailed her amazing story: "At approximately 6:42pm, I received a steam burn to the inside area of my left wrist when the lid to my rice pot slid off as I was reaching over it. Initially, the burn area was approximately 2-1/2" wide by 3" long. It looked as if blisters were forming along the bend of the wrist. It was an extremely nauseating and debilitating pain. I immediately called the Burn Doctor number and left the information they needed and continued on with my kitchen duties as instructed. Within 4 minutes, the pain reduced from a 10 to a 7 on the pain threshold. I noticed the red area was diminishing and it looked as if the blisters had ceased to form. By 6:50pm the pain was down to a 6 and by 7:02 the pain was at a 3. The affected area was still a little red but had reduced to over half the original size. By 7:20 I had almost no pain. Although the area at the bend of the wrist where it looked as if blisters were trying to form now appeared a little lighter than the surrounding area, no blisters formed. This in itself was amazing given the thinness of the skin inside the wrist. I am convinced that the call to the Burn Doctor is the reason the burn subsided and the pain ceased. As long as the Burn Doctor's number is available, I will call it when needed."
Alice M., Texas, 11/12/10
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