Does Tripping Make The Pen Bend? But Why Is It Swollen?
At night, I am a girl in my 20th year, my bone was crushed in the upper right ankle (tibia and right fibula teria teria distally). I had surgery 10 months ago, but the bones are still not fully connected because the break is bad, but there have been very good developments. This is already the 5th month of my 6/6 month walking 2 feet. But maybe because of too much walking and there was an incident of stumbling, with my right foot stepping first when climbing the stairs, how come my leg looks like a swollen part of the pen. And make roads hurt too. What do you think about that? Uda lasts 2 days. And the part that likes pain is a bit reddish. I wonder how? Is there something wrong? What should I do?
Hello, Aurelia Karunia Putri, thank you for asking HealthReplies.com.
Swollen feet and redness can have several possible causes:
1. Inflammation due to a history of injury (tripping, bumps, falls, etc.)
4. Arthritis (inflammation of the joints)
5. Fractures / fractures
To determine the cause, you should check with your doctor. The doctor will perform a physical examination and any necessary supporting examinations, such as X-rays to see the condition of the bones, pen and surrounding tissue, and perform blood checks. The doctor will perform therapy according to the cause and severity.
For now, you can try to reduce pain by taking paracetamol or ibuprofen. If it is swollen, red, and painful, you can apply a cold compress, rest your leg (don't move too much at first), then lie often with your feet higher than your heart (leg prop). If swelling and pain persist, worsening, fever, immobility, tingling, numbness, you should immediately see a doctor.
That's all, hopefully it's useful.
Greetings, dr. Sarah Rizqia.