Does It Tread And Slightly Press The Leg That Is Attached To The Pen?
I am defi my age of 19 years I have been out of operation of fractures and have done pen installation in the left thigh for 3 months but I accidentally stood up using a stick and I almost fell with the force I was forced to press a little and tread my left leg with a pen. my question is whether the pen has no effect? The thing is I’m afraid that the pen is bent
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Basically, broken bones that have been treated adequately (fitted or immobilized) will experience healing within 6-8 weeks. Within 8-12 weeks, the bones will begin to form hard bones and will heal completely (experience bone remodeling) within 3 months to 1 year.
If it really happened after 3 months after your operation, then most likely nothing will happen to the pen that is attached or to your bones. However, if you experience certain symptoms, such as severe pain in your thighbone, palpable protrusion on your thigh bone, you become more difficult to walk or can not walk at all, immediately check yourself to the orthopedic doctor who operated on you. If there are no specific symptoms, then you have nothing to worry about.
You should also carry out routine control according to the schedule given by your doctor. Do exercises that you can increase the intensity of slowly to prevent stiffness in the joints of your feet and also reduce the muscles of the leg (disuse atrophy). If indeed you have never been referred to a medical rehabilitation doctor, ask your doctor to refer you to a medical rehabilitation doctor so that treatments can be done that can accelerate the recovery period of your feet and also restore your feet to normal.
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