Hip Hit While Falling?

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I once fell and my left hip bone was made of very hard wood. And after that my left skin turned yellow. I still feel a bit of a little pain until now. Can the hip bone fracture? And am I at risk of not being able to give birth normally if my left hip bone suddenly breaks during delivery? And if it can crack, can it also be operated on so it doesn’t crack again? I’m afraid to know, it’s still 16 years 10 months 8 days.

1 Answer:

Hi Syainiasuh. The presence of a yellowish color in the scar is a remnant of inflammation that occurs during trauma which is in the form of fatty tissue under the skin. Have you had your wound checked by a doctor before? From your story, a hard impact on a wooden tree is a form of hard trauma and can have effects such as

1. There are cracks or fractures

2. have muscle problems

3. there is a shift in the hip bone

Consult your doctor about this for more information. Physical examination directly and can be assisted by X-ray examination, CT scan or MRI depending on the doctor's suspicion, can help. Regarding normal delivery, it is not only determined from your pelvic bone, other factors such as pelvic size, the presence of pregnancy complications affect the decision. Warm compresses on the impact area can help relieve the pain that is still felt. Specific treatment depends on the underlying cause. Hopefully helpful, and thank you. Regards, Dr Alyssa

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