How Long Is The Recovery Period Of The Broken Finger Joint?
.. my fingers were cut off and then successfully connected … But it still feels painful and painful and sometimes likes swelling. I guess how long it takes to be like before.
Hi, thanks for asking.
Has the finger grafting action lasted more than 2 weeks ago? Injuries used by parts of the body that had experienced amputations did generally heal longer when compared with sutures on the surface wound of the skin. That is because in the case of amputations various structures were interrupted. Finger grafting not only involves connecting the skin, but also connecting the blood vessels, nerves, muscles, and bones. Therefore it is natural that the healing time is much longer.
A minimum of 4-6 weeks is required for the finger to heal in the normal direction. This time may last longer depending on the severity of the amputation wound, tissue damage, the presence or absence of infection, the presence of other comorbidities (such as immune disorders or diabetes). The aches and pains can last a bit longer, vary for each individual. That's because the nerves that are cut need time to heal. Sometimes when the nerve is cut off, even though the nerve has reconnected, the pain is still felt years later.
You should immediately see a doctor if:
Pain accompanied by severe swelling and redness. Smelling sores Wounds oozing pus or blood Fingers appear bluish or blackish Fever If these symptoms are found, then you may experience an infection. For prevention, it is best to keep the wound dry, do regular dressing changes, take medication as prescribed, get enough rest, eat high-protein foods such as eggs, fish, chicken, nuts, avoid cigarettes and alcohol. Try periodic control of the treating doctor.
Hopefully this answer is helpful. Regards.