Bone Growth Is Slow After Fracture?
I am a woman 24th, 3th ago I had an accident that resulted in a broken left thigh bone in the middle. And I’ve had a pair of pen surgeries to date, but it hasn’t been able to be pulled out because it’s not too connected. My question :
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Recovery of femur fractures does take longer than other bones in general, whether you are still drinking milk or not drinking milk. This is due to the large size of the bone and its important location as one of the body's main supports. One of the complications that often occurs in a femur fracture is pain in the knee. Pain in the knee does not indicate a disruption in the healing of the femur. Pain in the knee often occurs in patients although recovery is in very good condition. The cause of knee pain in patients with a femur fracture is still unknown, but is thought to be caused by a collision when a thigh injury occurs. The position of the patient during a fall also greatly affects the severity of pain in the knee that occurs. In addition, knee pain can also occur due to disturbance in the joint structure that occurs due to injury. This disruption in joint structure can cause long-lasting pain. To make sure your joints are still in good condition, you should see an orthopedic doctor who treated you before. You will be re-examined and the results of the current examination will be compared with past examinations. If it is certain that the knee joint is in good condition, the doctor will give painkillers to reduce pain in your knee. You can take the medicine whenever your knee pain is bothering you. You can also rest your knees to reduce the pain that occurs. Position your knee higher by holding the pillow under your knee.
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