How Much Time Does It Take For The Left Thigh Bone To Be Able To Reconnect?
I am at the age of 19, I had an accident a month ago that resulted in a fracture in the left thigh. Then the doctor advised me to post it, it’s been a month after surgery. Is it okay if I learned to bend my legs? The problem is that the legs are stiff and the muscles are tense too, actually there is a lot of movement or not? If it is normal to lift the leg, is it not affected by the pen? And how long will it take for the bone to reconnect ?? Thanks for the answer
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Fractures occur when excessive force exceeds the load capacity of the bone. Broken bones can occur due to collisions, accidents, or trauma to certain parts of the body. Fractures that occur depend on the mechanism of injury and impact experienced. There are several types of fractures experienced including open fractures, closed fractures, simple fractures, comminuted fractures, compression fractures, greenstick fractures, obliq fractures, pathological fractures (due to medical conditions experienced).
To deal with the condition of the fracture, you can consult an orthopedic doctor regarding your condition related to the examination and treatment that is in accordance with the fracture that you are experiencing. Blood tests and x-ray examinations can be done to see the involvement of broken bones. Actions that can be taken include installing casts, slings, or surgery and pen installation.
The recovery period for a broken bone depends on the location and condition of the broken bone, a bone with a simple fracture will recover faster than a broken bone in some places. The recovery period at a young age also tends to be faster than the recovery period at an advanced age. It is recommended not to massage / sort the broken or suspicious bone after an accident, perform routine control according to the schedule to the orthopedic doctor regarding your surgery. Avoid doing activities that are too heavy, doing extreme sports, avoid taking medication without doctor's instructions. For more information about fractures, access this link.
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