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www.wikihow.com/Treat-Carpet-Burns

How to Treat Carpet Burns. Carpet burns are abrasions on the skin caused by friction against a rough surface. Luckily, most cases of carpet burn can be treated easily at home. Wash your hands before treating the carpet burn. The burn has...

www.healthline.com/health/rug-burns

Rug burn is an injury that many people experience at some point in life. You might recall having rug burn after falling on a carpet as a child, or your own children may occasionally end up with a ...

www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=carpet burn

(n) what one gets on one's knees or elbows after or during sex on the carpet.

www.healthtap.com/topics/discomfort-knee-kneel-carpet-burn

Helpful, trusted answers from doctors: Dr. Gheith on discomfort knee kneel carpet burn: You may just a severe contusion. Try ice and ibuprofen. If it does not improve in a few days check with your doctor.

www.steadyhealth.com/topics/i-have-burning-sensation-of-skin-around-or-beneath...

I have the same problem on my left knee. when the skin is streched tight it gives a sensation of carpet burn, and is very annoying. it only just started around 3 weeks ago at work when i went to kneel down and It was quite painfull. Other wise I can poke and prod the knee and it feels fine, only when the skin is streched.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Friction_burn

A friction burn is a form of abrasion caused by the friction of skin rubbing against a surface. A friction burn may also be referred to as skinning, chafing, or a term named for the surface causing the burn such as rope burn, carpet burn or rug burn.Because friction generates heat, extreme cases of chafing may result in genuine burning of the outer layers of skin.

www.livestrong.com/article/515325-how-to-avoid-scars-from-brush-burns

Brush burns — sometimes referred to as rug burn, scrapes or skinned knees — are minor lacerations or abrasions that occur due to friction between your skin and another surface, such as carpet or pavement. Brush burns are common in children and can also occur when falling on a rough surface.

www.reference.com/health/treat-rug-burn-d957f6583b8a1fb3

Minor friction burns can be treated with burn ointments and dressings, while severe friction burns may require skin grafting. According to the Women and Children's Health Network, carpet burns are common in children and often contain dirt and foreign matter that can lead to infection.

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Just my luck. Feeling sick today too. This is the best way to treat a rug burn. Hydrogen peroxide hurts but it cleans the burn and gets rid of the germs.

www.justanswer.com/health/6rtmc-thought-rug-burn-knee-kneeled-down.html

I thought I had rug burn on my knee. As i kneeled down on my right knee , the right side of my knee felt just like a rug burn. when I touch it there is no pain or feeling of a rug burn. Only when I am on my knee does it present itself. I ignorded it and thought it would go away. Now 3 months later it seems to be spreading a little around my knee.