"Staff" (actually "staph") is short for "Staphyloccus aureus," the bacteria perhpas most often responsible for skin infections, especially postoperative ones.

Seeping and white pockets are most certainly not normal healing. They may indeed represent bacterial infection, staphyloccal or otherwise.

You should see a doctor at once. If your surgeon can't see you right away (as he no doubt would wish to do), you should go to a walk-in clinic or emergency room. Your wound needs to be cultured (tested for the presence of bacteria). In all likelihood you will also need oral or injectable antibiotics, and perhaps surgical exploration of the wound to help any pus reach the surface and drain.

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And he's watching us all with the

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