Asymmetry In Ankles After An Accident?
Hello, r nI had an accident yesterday and there was a wound on the back of my leg. After getting better, I saw a difference between my two ankles. Where the foot is injured, the ankle has a protruding vein. Whereas the other leg doesn’t. According to the medical whether it can return like a month? Thank you
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Asymmetry is actually a natural condition that humans encounter in their bodies. Different eyelids left and right, one big breast, one testicle down one side, until the veins, veins or muscles of the hands and feet that are more visible in one of the limbs are variations of the body that are often encountered. Of course, not all of these asymmetries are normal. The sign he is abnormal is that he is very clearly visible and too significant difference to cause interference.
In your case, the actual condition could be that the vein is already protruding because the foot is more dominant, shown by the way you kick. It's just that after an accident, you become more attentive and aware than before. But it can also be a disorder, depending on the level of protrusion.
To ensure this, you should check your condition directly to the doctor, so that you can see whether it is true that your condition is an abnormality or not. If it is considered abnormal, you may be referred to a bone doctor for further treatment. This direct examination is important because if only through a sentence like this, it is very vulnerable to misunderstanding and you may not be able to describe the whole condition. But if it turns out not to be an abnormality, then you don't need to worry, and enough control when there are further complaints. To help recovery, multiply the consumption of protein-rich foods such as eggs, milk, tempeh, cheese, yogurt, beef and seafood. So, hopefully answering your question.